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School of Healthy Aging, Medical Aesthetics and Regenerative Medicine
Going beyond primary-care education, the Faculty is making headway through its Graduate School of Healthy Aging, Medical Aesthetics and Regenerative Medicine. The School is the only centre in Malaysia that provides training in this niche field and doctors enjoy avenues to further specialise in regenerative medicine – a discipline that is quickly gaining traction the world over. With connections to the who’s who in the practice, the School is a hub of learning and doors will open for doctors wherever they go.

These developments further enhance the Faculty’s standing as one of Malaysia’s foremost private medical schools. Established in 2005, the Faculty has become synonymous with excellence in education and research. We strive to maintain this and we invest a considerable amount of time and resources to ensure our students get the best training and exposure. We do so because we understand that sometimes, the harder way is the only way to arrive at high-value patient care. And by grooming tomorrow’s doctors and healthcare practitioners, we are gratified to meet the human capital needs of Malaysia and the global community.

Because patients deserve nothing but the best.
School Updates
Air Pollution and Its Health Impact on Malaysia Population

Air quality adversely affects human health. Nearly 1.4 billion urban residents in the world breathe below the World Health Organization (WHO) air quality standards. Globally, the mortality from the exposure to outdoor air pollution is ranged from 200,000 to 570,000.


Lead in Lipstick

Lipstick is a common daily cosmetic product which is applied to the lips to achieve a more beautiful and attractive impression. Lipstick consumers are exposed to small amount of lead; however, over a prolonged period. As such, it may develop chronic health risk.


Eat Well for Your Eyesight

Similar to our whole body, our eyesight needs proper nutrients and care to remain healthy. Our eyes may be tensed with all the constant work that we are doing, be it as students reading late at night to study for examinations, or working executives running late on deadlines.


Dieting in the 21st Century

Diet is an important basic component for human survival. Humans eat to function and gain nutrition for proper nourishment. For this purpose, a variety of food are needed to provide adequate nutrition for the body and meets one’s nutrient requirements. The current recommended daily diet composed of three large meals and snacks in between.


Wireless Radiation and Health

Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted from cell phones and wireless devices is gathering more health concerns in recent years. Cell phone uses survey conducted in 2014 by Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission reported Mobile and Internet penetration rate of 144% and 66% respectively1. Forty-seven (47%) of Malaysians own more than one cell phone.


Gene Profiling and Personalised Medicine

Detection of disease or defects whilst the individuals are asymptomatic is gaining widespread attention. The main purpose for early detection is to promote lifestyle modifications, prescribe preventive medicine, and most importantly, to raise the individual’s awareness towards possible complications of having predisposing factors such as gene variations.


Regenerative Medicines: An Open Door To Opportunities

Exponential progress in different fields of sciences and technologies is powering the medical disciplines with exponential revolution and innovation. Consequently, Regenerative Medicine as a multidisciplinary field has empowered by implementing the upshots of many innovations and new technologies in various ways.


Chemical peel: An important procedure for rejuvenation

Application of chemical solutions to the skin in a controlled manner allows controlled tissue death. The desired depth of wound is dependent on the condition to be treated. After the chemical peel, the skin regenerates through growth of cells from deeper layers of the epidermis or from undamaged hair follicles the damaged skin likely regenerates.


How much sleep do you need?

Sleeping, just like eating, drinking and breathing is one of the main basic needs for all species including humans. We spend almost a third of our life asleep but there are different parameters affecting the quality and quantity of sleep.


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