Congratulations to the class of 2018!

Three years ago, the Department of Biomedical Sciences was overjoyed to welcome the largest cohort of BMS students to date. On 22nd July 2018, some of the academics joined these students in commencing the official completion of their 3 years of undergraduate journey in UNMC. Undeniably, the class of 2018 has made us proud as …

Graduation Ceremony of BMS 2+1 transfer students in Nottingham, UK

I have the privilege to attend the graduation ceremony at the Nottingham Campus for our 4th batch of Biomedical Sciences (BMS) students. This is our largest graduating cohort just yet. There were ten transfer students attending the UK graduation while the rest attended graduation in Malaysia. One of our BMS alumni, Yasmeen Zailan was also …

Health and Science Camp Day with Refugee Kids

On the 1st of February, the Department of Biomedical Sciences, the Biomedical Sciences Society and Rotaract Club organized a Health and Science Camp Day for refugee kids under the project “Promoting Science Using Microscopes” funded by Impact Nottingham (Cascade). The refugee kids came from three schools around the Klang Valley namely, Selayang Harmony School, Manna …

Alumni Career Forum

The Department of Biomedical Sciences (BMS) alongside Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences (PHS) worked together with the University Career Advisory Services (CAS) had organized a career forum on 7th February, 2018.  The forum had attracted more than 100 participations involving students and academics from BMS and PHS.  Four distinguished Alumni from the Faculty of Science were …

BMS Journal Club and 2018 New Year Gathering

The Department of Biomedical Sciences initiated the Journal Club a few years back, a bimonthly session where all postgraduate students and lecturers meet to share their knowledge and experience on scientific topics. The journal club takes the form of journal critique, where articles chosen by postgraduate students are reviewed and evaluated to identify the strengths …

Refugee Kids Visit on World Refugee Day

Two groups of refugee school students from Sunway Mentari and Ideas Academy Learning Centres visited the Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus on 20 June 2017. These kids come from various countries, mainly from Myanmar and Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. As the undergraduate Biomedical Sciences students, we were honoured and delighted …

Exploring Science Using Microscope at KLESF 2017

UNMC Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) taskforce from the Department of Biomedical Sciences organized an activity named ‘Exploring Science Using Microscope’ at the Kuala Lumpur Engineering and Science Fair (KLESF) 2017 Date: 3rd, 4th and 5th November 2017 Venue: MINES International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC) The main objective of this activity was to promote the learning …

3rd Annual Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Postgraduate Research Symposium

The Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Postgraduate Research Symposium is an annual event organized by the Department of Biomedical Sciences to provide a platform for academics and postgraduate (PG) students to exchange views and discuss about latest research findings. The theme of this year was “Embracing Life Sciences” and we were honoured to have Professor Ian MacDonald, …

Biomedical Sciences – class of 2017 graduation

Congratulations to our class of 2017 graduates! This marks the Department’s third cohort to successfully emerge as future scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs and educators. The ceremony held at the Great hall at UNMC saw all 25 students joining us in 2014 graduate, witnessed by their family and friends, and equally glad lecturers on the 22nd July …

Graduation Ceremony in Nottingham and Malaysia Campus

This year I have the privilege to attend both graduation ceremony at Nottingham Campus and the Malaysia Campus for our second batch of Biomedical Sciences (BMS) students. There were two Transfer students attending the UK graduation while the rest attended graduation in Malaysia. Dr Mustafa Al-Shagga and myself attended as part of the academic procession …