The conference will focus on the newer techniques and current status in the field of Endocrine & Hepatobiliary surgery.
Professor of Public Health, Pascale Allotey and her team from the South East Asia Community Observatory (SEACO) have been awarded the Engaging Science Grant by Wellcome Trust.
Dr Arkendu Sen offers glimpses of what 21st century teaching should look like in Monash University Malaysia’s new anatomy lab.
Students of the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences will be attached to Sunway Medical centre for their clinical rotations starting 2015.
The annual CSJB Research Week aims to provide a platform for students and faculty members to share research output and ideas, as well as to promote research activities and values.
The Brain Research Institute Monash Sunway (BRIMS) is Monash University's main institute for neuroscience research.
It is led by one of the world's leading comparative neuroscientists Professor Ishwar Parhar.
"BRIMS has successfully formed linkages with local and international institutes through various research projects. I hope that BRIMS will become a nucleus and a catalyst for more multi-disciplinary, integrated, and collaborative research that can be promoted and developed amongst institutions to enhance neuroscience research output in the region."
Director of BRIMS
– Professor Ishwar Parhar
The South East Asia Community Observatory (SEACO) is a research platform in population health and well-being focusing on a middle-income community in regional Malaysia.
Situated in the Segamat community in Johor, the platform is modeled on the successful Demographic and Health Surveillance System (DHSS) used successfully in many other countries.
"SEACO is, at its core, a technology for capturing and making usable, rich longitudinal data about a geographical area, the individuals, families, households, and communities within it, and the relationship between the people, their health and well-being, and the broader environment."
SEACO Associate Director (International)
– Professor Pascale Allotey
Clinical School JB
The Clinical School Johor Bahru (CSJB) is strategically situated at the southern-most point of the Malaysian Peninsula, just across the causeway from Singapore.
It is well-equipped with facilities to provide a supportive learning environment for the Years Three to Five MBBS students.
Conducive learning environment
The CSJB Phase 2 building, or commonly known as the Monash 1 building, is a four-storey green building that provides a pleasant and tranquil environment which is conducive for studying and working.
The Bachelor of Psychological Science and Business and the Honours degree of Bachelor of Psychological Science and Business (Psychology) provide students with the tools to succeed in a business environment by giving them a thorough understanding of business principles, and human behaviour and thought processes.
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