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Raising awareness on the vital role of biomedical lab scientists | Daily Express Malaysia

THE Biomedical Science Week (BM Week) is an annual event organised by the IMU Society of Biomedical Science (ISBS).

Its aims are to introduce the Biomedical Science programme to the IMU community, high school and pre-university students; as well as to raise awareness about the important role played by biomedical laboratory scientists in healthcare industry. 

This year the event took place from 4 to 6 March 2024 with the theme ‘Genetics: Molecular Diagnostics’.

This theme was chosen because of its significant relevance to the rapidly evolving field of medical science, where genetic testing plays a crucial role in diagnosing and treating numerous incurable and life-threatening diseases. 


The event was filled with inspiring and educational activities from the activity, merchandise, and photo booths.

It commenced with a simple opening ceremony, attended by Biomedical Science students, Society Advisor Dr Tsen Min Tze, Programme Director Dr Shamala Salvamani, and other Biomedical Science lecturers. 

Approximately 120 participants attended the two-day event.

The closing ceremony on 6 March 2024 was attended by Prof Gerald George (Group Managing Director), Prof Winnie Chee (Pro-Vice Chancellor (Academic), and Prof Anna Ling (Dean, School of Health Sciences). 

The committee invited Dr Rebecca Tay from Beacon Precision Diagnostics as the distinguished guest speaker for a talk.

Dr Rebecca recounted her path from being a Biomedical Science graduate to becoming a CEO overseeing a diagnostics laboratory specialising in genetic tests to tailor personalised medicine.

Her enlightening and motivational presentation marked a successful conclusion to BM Week 2024.

Feedback from the event organising committee members and participants: “The positive feedback we received from professors, lecturers, and participants for our event was encouraging, considering the relative obscurity of the topic Molecular Diagnostics.” – Mr Lew Chun Yik, BM Week Project Leader

“The decorations created a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere, enhancing the event’s ambiance.” – Ms Sia Wei Tong, BM Week Vice Project Leader

“The BM Week 2024 was a fruitful event overall, giving us a better insight into event planning and execution.” – Ms Shamirra Esha Nair, BM Week Secretary


“The Biomedical Science Week 2024 was a memorable event that validated our efforts as a team. I believe we learned how to be adaptable, resolve conflicts, and work cooperatively.” – Ms Sharanya K. Sritharan, BM Week Treasurer

“This year’s BM Week offered a fantastic opportunity for engagement, and I was particularly impressed by the creativity showcased in the stamp collection cards!

The buzz generated on social media truly captured the event’s spirit. Enhancing BM Week with a hands-on workshop, offers an engaging and practical introduction to genetics, sparking curiosity and solidifying understanding of key concepts in a memorable way.” – Ms Ong Jing Rou, participant, IMU Biomedical Science Semester 2 student.

“Biomedical Science Week was an exciting event! Personally, I enjoyed the station games as they allowed me to apply the knowledge I’ve learnt from my course, but the games gave me an opportunity to learn new facts, which was the icing on the cake.” – Mr Dharsan A/L Shunmugam, participant, IMU Biomedical Science Semester 2 student.

At IMU, students may choose to obtain a Biomedical Science degree at the IMU, or select a credit transfer track to complete their studies at one of three partner universities – University of Newcastle (Australia), University of Otago (New Zealand), or the University of Strathclyde (UoS) (Scotland).  

The programme at IMU is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS), UK.

IMU’s Biomedical Science programme is designed to cultivate highly proficient and job-ready graduates by providing them with a comprehensive blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

The inclusion of internships in the programme offers students hands-on experience, bridging the gap between academia and the professional sphere.

The faculty, comprised of experienced and dedicated experts in the field, plays a pivotal role in guiding and mentoring students throughout their academic journey.


Besides, the students gain ample invaluable experiences through participation and organisation of various educational activities. 

The commencement for the biomedical science programme is in July and September.

If you are inspired on a career in biomedical science, make an online application today to study our biomedical science programme.

If you have just completed your SPM and do not have pre-university qualification, consider enrolling in the one-year IMU Foundation in Science, the preferred foundation and direct route for entry into any of the University’s degree programmes. 

For more information, please refer to or email: [email protected] or call IMU at 03 – 2731 7272.

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