Farewell Dato' Dr. Lim Kee Jin

9 December 2015

The Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences community pays final respect to Dato' Dr. Lim Kee Jin who passed away recently.

Emotional intelligence at work

20 November 2015

Clinical School Johor Bahru conducts workshop for staff to enhance soft skills.

Lifelong learning through knowledge sharing

29 October 2015

Clinical School Johor Bahru organise counselling skills workshop for academics and administrative staff.

Giving back to the community

26 October 2015

Clinical School Johor Bahru participates in a community health project campaign.

Stimulating research interests in students

7 October 2015

The Annual CSJB Research Week provides a platform for students to develop basic research presentation skills and stimulates research interests in students.

IJN signs MoU with Monash Malaysia

29 September 2015

IJN signs Memorandum of Understanding with Monash University Malaysia on the Frontiers in Intelligent Medicine.

Monsters we live with, sexual rights and early life brain development

15 September 2015

Academics discuss works of horror, sexual freedom and the aftermath of child abuse.

All about Health & Wellness

1 September 2015

Clinical School Johor Bahru promotes awareness on physical, mental and emotional well-being among the campus community.

SEACO awarded with ISO 9001 certification

26 August 2015

ISO 9001:2008 adds credibility to SEACO.

Academics discuss meditation, diabetes and technology in learning

11 August 2015

Academics discuss meditation benefits, new compound to combat diabetes and the merger of technology and teaching for the future of learning.

MBBS preview for aspiring students

11 August 2015

Monash MBBS preview aims to educate students keen on medicine as a career.

Monash Malaysia hosts first ‘Telemedicine Conference’ in Malaysia

11 August 2015

Monash University Malaysia collaborates with Ministry of Health, Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science & Technology (CREST) and Sunway Medical Centre to organise the first ‘Telemedicine Conference’ in Malaysia.

Understanding grief

21 July 2015

Associate Professor Shamsul Haque explains grief.

A Bachelor’s degree in psychology with a global twist

14 July 2015

The new Bachelor of Psychological Science offers broad-based knowledge of various areas of psychology as well as subjects tackling global issues such as migration, human trafficking and terrorism.

Monash Malaysia introduces Master of Professional Counselling course

7 July 2015

Students with a passion to help others will learn to counsel across various areas such as careers, relationships and mental health.

‘I am still learning’

12 June 2015

Dr Benjamin reminisced about the past and encouraged students and alumni to look to the future in his speech at the MBBS Alumni Dinner.

Grip Strength - A Predictor of your health risks?

12 June 2015

A study suggests the chances of having a heart attack, stroke or dying young may be hidden in the palm of your hand. Researchers said their findings showed that muscle strength is a strong predictor of death from cardiovascular disease and a moderately strong predictor of having a heart attack or stroke.

BFM explores the validity of this observational study in an interview with Consultant Urologist Dr George Lee and Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Rajesh Singh.

Monash’s innovations in medical education wins IMU-RHIME award

11 June 2015

For the second time, Dr Arkendu Sen and Associate Professor Lakshmi Selvaratnam from the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences win the IMU Ron Harden Innovation in Medical Education award.

Gender differences and brain ageing

2 June 2015

Are women really that different from men? Professor Ishwar Parhar, JCSMHS’ Head of Neuroscience and an internationally recognised neuroendocrinologist, says that the key difference between the brains of men and women is the exposure to testosterones and estrogens during fetal development.

Medical students spreading kindness to Nepalese quake victim

29 May 2015

The medical students who are part of the Monash University Medicos Society (MUMedS) and the Surgical Interest Group of Monash University Sunway (SIGMUS) collected donation to help a Nepalese security guard whose family was affected by the recent devastating earthquake that strucked Nepal.

Maude Phipps goes from cosmos to genomes

17 May 2015

The subject of genomics might be alien to the uninitiated, but Prof Maude Phipps, Professor of Human Molecular Genetics at JCSMHS has a simple way of breaking it down for the common man, revealing that genes and genomics give us a glimpse into our blueprint. Catch Prof Phipp's full interview with The Star on her specialty area and research.

» Online news article published on Star2.com

» Scanned news clipping published in The Star

SEACO Friends Award recognises community members, leaders and stakeholders

14 May 2015

Honouring the people who have been instrumental in facilitating community engagement effort.

Academics shed light into business clusters, gallstone surgery and social network behaviour

12 May 2015

At the recent PechaKucha lunchtime talks session, JCSMHS' Professor Mohamed Shajahan bin Mohamed Yasin presented on “Changing health behaviour through your social network” while Associate Professor Suneet Sood presented on 'Gallstones but no symptoms. To cut or not to cut, that is the question'.

New frontiers in dengue viral infections

May 2015

“New Frontiers in Dengue Viral Infections: A Community Based Study at Kampung Abdullah, Taman Segar and Kampung Jawa, Mukim Sungai Segamat, Segamat, Johor” is a new study by the Malaysian Ministry of Health with Monash University and SEACO as the collaborators and research platform.

» Malay news article published on Utusan Online – "Kajian denggi libatkan Kampung Abdullah, Mukim Sungai Segamat"

» Chinese news article published on Sinchew Online – "骨痛熱症研究啟動–400志願者成跟進對象"

Something for everyone

30 April 2015

A day of fun and meaningful learning.

Health and Wellness Week 2015

27 April 2015

Awareness on physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

Engaging Science Grant to support SEACO initiative

15 April 2015

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, which is UK’s largest charitable foundation and the second largest medical research charity in the world.

An afternoon of science and silver linings

14 April 2015

Academics discuss neuroscience, cell suicide and telemedicine in the fourth instalment of the PechaKucha for 2015.

Advanced teaching

9 April 2015

Multi-Touch Smart Table technology broadcasts the lecturer's or student's presentation in real time and in high resolution.

The Happiness Factor

20 March 2015

For International Day of Happiness, Monash Malaysia’s exuberant psychology lecturer Paul Jambunathan tells us how to be happy and why happiness is necessary.

Genomics research for the future of medicine

20 January 2015 (News article published in The Sun)

If human genomics is of no interest to you, try talking to Prof Maude Phipps of the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Monash University Malaysia. After 10 minutes with her, you may want to study the field and find out what makes humans tick.

A night of sweet camaraderieship

19 January 2015

As a gesture of appreciation for their efforts and support, the administrative staff of Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences (JCSMHS) at the Sunway campus were treated to a scrumptious buffet dinner last week.

Jeffrey Cheah – Monash MBBS Equity Scholarships

January 2015

Deserving students applying for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) course have the opportunity to be eligible for the Jeffrey Cheah - Monash MBBS Equity Scholarships!