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My superhero idol is Ironman – the inspiration and reason I am where I am today. I adore Ironman because of his dedicated passion in saving and helping people despite him not having any superpowers compared with other superheroes. My initial plan to pursue a Biomedical Science degree bears the same passion – to save
I am Brandon Mong Guo Jie. I graduated with a BSc (Hons) from IMU majoring in Biomedical Science and was the batch representative of BM1/11. During my studies at IMU, Dr Koh Rhun Yian was my mentor and helped me a lot. I developed an interest in parasitology and had a few discussions with her
Hi, I am Owen Teo Siew Yong. I have completed the IMU biomedical science degree, followed by IMU Master’s degree in the field of pharmaceutical science research. Instead of continuing onto the obtaining a PhD, I have decided to accept a new challenge. As such, I am currently working in a French multinational pharmaceutical company,
Saturday, 22 April 2017 - Nostalgia was at its peak at the IMU auditorium as Biomedical Science alumni from cohorts as far back as 2008 returned to their alma mater for the annual Biomedical Science Alumni Day. It is a day where alumni go back in time to recollect the moments and memories they have
We are always pleased to see many of our alumni returning to their alma mater to celebrate their juniors’ and siblings’ graduation whenever one takes place in IMU. One of the alumni who did this at the October 2016 graduation was Nicole Chew Ling Li who is currently working at All Eights (M) Sdn Bhd.
Although IMU has always had alumni who have done double degrees from undergraduate to postgraduate studies, Michael Son Wei Da is the first that has gone down the unbeaten path by scoring himself a Biomedical Science degree, followed by an IMU MBBS degree. Michael first joined IMU in 2008 under the Biomedical Science programme and
Kia ora! Greetings from Dunedin, New Zealand. My name is Haw Tatt Yhew (Randy Haw) and I am an IMU alumnus from the Biomedical Science (BM110) cohort. It seems like it was only yesterday that I was stepping foot into the IMU building for my very first day of university life. Fast forward 6 years,
Felix Suresh Kevin Thomas, a 2014 graduate of the IMU Biomedical Science programme, discovered his passion for neuroscience research in his final undergraduate year, during which he performed an internship with the Neurobiology and Genetics Group (NBGG), Universiti Putra Malaysia. Aspiring to further his capacity in this exciting niche area, he then gained experience as
“Every traveller has a home of his own, and he learns to appreciate it the more from his wandering.” - Charles Dickens This was perhaps in the mind of our former Biomedical Science students, when they decided to return to their alma mater for a special occasion. On a bright Saturday, 23 January 2016, the IMU