RUBRICA is a news bulletin published monthly by the Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya. Our goal is for it to be by the people for the people. We will highlight Faculty events and activities, as well as stories of the staff and students at FOM, enabling us to be closer together with the community.
The past two years have seen upheavals in the way we connect to each other as humans. While innovative use of technologies has allowed continuation of academic activities, too often these have taken place in virtual silos. Yet, the spirit of community is so essential to a thriving Faculty, and for engagement of alumni. It was with this in mind that we undertook the revival of Rubrica, FOM’s e-Bulletin that aims to share updates on the latest activities, events and personal stories of our academic staff, students, and support staff. Rubrica aims to connect everyone with stories by the people for the people. In this Year-in-Review issue, we will walk you down memory lane with highlights and activities that took place in FOM throughout 2021 whilst we navigate through the continuous challenges posed by the COVID pandemic. We hope you enjoy reading this and we shall see you again in 2022.
- Professor Dr. April Camilla Roslani
The first FOM Inaugural Lecture for 2021 was by Professor Dr. Gan Shiaw Sze @Gan Gin Gin on 26th Jan 2021. Dr. Gan is a Professor of Internal Medicine & Clinical Haematology from the Department of Medicine. The Virtual Inaugural Lecture titled "The Evolutionary Tales of Haematology" was livestreamed via the Fakulti Perubatan Universiti Malaya YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/FOM-SP-GanGinGin.
“An Insight into Medicine Seminar (AIMS)” is an annual event organised by medical students at FOM for pre-university students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. It is traditionally a one-day event held in the Faculty, whereby participants are able to join talks, hospital tours, and some clinical skills such as venepuncture and BP measurement. Due to challenges arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, AIMS 2021 was conducted virtually on 21 February 2021, with a total of 208 participants. There were many exciting talks including both the “How to get into Medical School” and “So You think You want to be a Doctor?” forums, a dialogue with FOM’s very own 2021 University of Oxford Rhodes Scholar, Subashan Vadibeler, and “Sessione Di Condivisione” - a sharing session by our senior medical students. The event successfully raised a total of RM 6,815.00. The fund raised from this event will be used for an outreach program, Baktisiswa, which enables medical students to provide and deliver healthcare screenings and education to underprivileged communities.
The 2021 NYCU-UM Bilateral Virtual Symposium in Biotechnology and Biomedicine was held online on 11th March 2021. The goal of the event was to promote collaborations among various faculties and scientists from the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU), Taiwan and Universiti Malaya (UM), Malaysia. Much thought and effort went into the planning and organization of this meeting to make it one of the premier scientific meetings for both universities.
The Virtual Book Launch for "Medical Physics during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Global Perspectives in Clinical Practice" was held on 18th March 2021. This book, which explores in detail on how Covid-19 has affected the clinical practice, education and research in medical physics, was edited by our very own Professor Dr. Ng Kwan Hoong. Dr. Ng is a Professor of Medical Physics who was honoured with the Medical Award under the Scholastic Achievement category for his significant contribution to research and medical physics. YBhg. Professor Dato'. Ir. Dr Mohd Hamdi Abd Shukor, UM’s Vice-Chancellor, was in attendance to officiate the book launch. The Virtual Book Launch was livestreamed via the Fakulti Perubatan Universiti Malaya YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/UM-FOM-VirtualBookLaunch2021
A farewell reception for one of FOM’s beloved members, Professor Dr. Yang Faridah Abdul Aziz, was held on 24th March 2021 at the Faculty Meeting Room. As the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate programmes between 2015 and 2021, she helmed and aided the transition to e-learning and advocated the use of various digital platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic. She has collaborated with national and regional partners and continues to work on producing impactful research and establishing best practices in the field of medical education. Professor Dr. Yang is succeeded by Professor Dr. Muhammad Yazid Jalaludin from the Department of Paediatrics.
The Regional Training Centre (RTC), supported by the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) in the WHO Western Pacific Region (WPR) was officially launched on 26th March 2021 via YouTube Live. The launch was officiated by Datuk Dr. Hishamshah Mohd Ibrahim on behalf of Tan Sri Dr. Hisham Abdullah. Co-sponsored by various organizations, namely the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank and World Health Organization (WHO), the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) has enabled the formation of various scientific alliances in combating diseases of poverty across the region. Through multi-disciplinary collaborations, it has enabled these collaborators to contribute towards more effective public health policies and programmes. The RTC will be managed by the Malaysian Global Health Consortium (MGHC), which comprises of the United Nations University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH), the Malaysian Ministry of Health’s Institute for Health Systems Research (IHSR), and the Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine (UM).
The newly renovated FOM Supply Store (FOMSS) has been the talk of the faculty since its establishment. FOM welcomes the newly launched FOMSS as the best option to obtain research consumables at better packages and prices. The newly transformed FOMSS not only changed its appearance but was also revived with a newly structured business model that positively impacts on customers’ interest. Not to forget, FOMSS’s range of new services have also been lined up to cater to the needs of the faculty members.
The second FOM Inaugural Lecture this year was given by Professor Dr. Jamal I-Ching Sam on 12th April 2021. Dr. Jamal is a Professor of Medical Microbiology from the Department of Medical Microbiology. The Virtual Inaugural Lecture titled "Learning from Outbreaks" was livestreamed via the Fakulti Perubatan Universiti Malaya YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/6b2bU42wHeg
The Department of Nursing Science, in collaboration with the Nursing Council Public Institutions of Higher Learning Malaysia, conducted a two-hour webinar entitled Moving Forward with Research During Pandemic: An Experience Sharing on 23rd April 2021. The webinar featured a panel of students and lecturers who gave their own personal experiences in facing the various obstacles that come with conducting research during the pandemic as well as the ways in which they overcame these challenges. The webinar began with opening remarks by the Head of the Department of Nursing Science, Assoc Prof. Dr. Chong Mei Chan, followed by reflections from research students and a sharing forum.
On 25th May 2021, a meeting was held between the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Dr. Muhammad Yazid Jalaludin, with students from the Universiti Malaya Medical Programme (UMMP), Stage 1 and Stage 2. The meeting was held online as these medical students were still studying from home at their respective hometowns. The talk was focused mainly on protocols and curriculum-related matters to ease the transition of students returning to UM for the upcoming 2021/2022 academic session.
The Synapse was set up eight years ago in 2013 after a discussion sparked among several academic staff from the Faculty of Medicine (FOM) under the suggestion of YBhg’ Prof Dato Dr Ikram Shah Ismail, the Dean then, who wanted to create more opportunities amongst academics to be involved in interdepartmental collaboration on projects and researches. A team led by Pengerusi, Assoc Prof Dr Azura Mansor and Naib Pengerusi, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aizura Syafinaz Adlan then successfully established Synapse as a multi-purpose, exclusive VIP lounge for the comfort of academic staff to rest and take a breather from their hectic work schedules. Furnished and equipped with screen projectors and coffee, it is an ideal location to host functions, group discussions and conduct meetings in search of new ideas.
Unfortunately, Synapse had closed in mid-2019 due to several infrastructural issues. A year later, The COVID-19 pandemic further delayed the progress of repair. After a long hiatus of almost two years, Synapse was finally restored and renovated with a fresh look by a new Synapse Committee. On 3rd May 2021, our Dean, Prof. Dr April Camilla launched the new opening of Synapse once again with a Buka Puasa buffet for the Faculty Board Secretariats, Heads of Department and Units, and the Synapse Committee. It was the first social event held in FOM when restrictions eased temporarily after a full lockdown during the first wave of the pandemic. The launch was certainly an evening to remember with delicious food and great company, attended by many who enjoyed themselves while abiding to SOP guidelines. The Synapse is now open for FOM events and functions. With the MediCafe as co-managers, the staff of FOM can look forward to having a special place back for their work, brainstorming sessions or just for a chat.
On 16-17th June 2021, the Essentials of Teaching & Learning workshop was successfully conducted via Microsoft Teams with a total of 14 participants from FOM and Faculty of Dentistry. As part of the A Teacher’s Toolkit Workshop Series by the Faculty Development Team at MERDU, the workshop covered various topics related to teaching and learning within the medical education context such as exploring the roles of a medical teacher, looking into the learning objectives and curriculum, optimizing e-learning/blended learning and SPeCTRUM, facilitating small and large group learning, conducting micro teaching, as well as giving evaluation and feedback to students.
Universiti Malaya Management made it mandatory for all staff (except for those involved in essential services) to Work From Home (WFH), in line with the Government's directive regarding the full closure of social and economic sectors throughout the country during MCO 3.0. As a value-added initiative during this period, all executive and operation staff were required to attend online training/courses provided by various departments/centres/faculties.
At our faculty, the FOM Training Team was established to assist in preparing and managing a series of courses/in-house training throughout the month of June for non-academic staff, especially those who were experiencing difficulties in performing tasks optimally from home. Also, it was an invaluable opportunity to make the most of this time by gaining new knowledge and build upon existing skills.
The courses/in-house training provided full benefits to staff in terms of meeting the needs and demands of the organization, especially from the aspect of individual development and transfer of knowledge and skills through upskilling, re-skilling and knowledge sharing sessions.
|1||Procurement Management||11 June 2021|
|2||Learn the Basics of Design Using Canva||14 June 2021|
|3||Chemical Safety 101||15 June 2021|
|4||Use of Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Team in the Workplace||16 June 2021|
|5||HIRARC||17 June 2021|
|6||Understanding the Scope of Laboratory Tasks||18 June 2021|
|7||Laboratory SOP: How to write it?||22 June 2021|
|8||Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating: Listen To Your Body's Hunger Signal||24 June 2021|
|9||Does When Do You Eat Matter?||24 June 2021|
|10||Calibration Certificate (pipette & balance) : Understanding the mysterious number||28 June 2021|
|11||How to conduct an online webinar via Zoom||28 June 2021|
|12||Wellness Occupational Resillience Kit at Universiti Malaya||29 June 2021|
|13||Creating a Professional Office Look||30 June 2021|
One should not ignore the fact healthy lifestyle plays a major role in enhancing staff performances at workplace. Staff with a healthy lifestyle and good work-life balance are proved to be more efficient, productive and motivated. With this in mind, The FOM Training Team organised a 4-hour webinar on 24 June 2021 focused on mindful- eating and maintaining a balance diet. The webinar, which attracted a total of 242 participants from various departments and faculties, received a great response from participants who were looking forward for more lifestyle and health-related topics.
The Transitional Core Laboratory (TCL) Career Day, held on 28-29th July 2021, was organised to support and create awareness amongst UM’s future graduates, especially those with a degree related to the sciences, to the different possible career options currently available in Malaysia. The 2-day course, which gathered 80 participants from different academic and research backgrounds, also served as a networking platform for students to develop meaningful connections with industry players, alumni and fellow participants. Among the topics discussed and workshops held were “Successful Interview Skills”, a resume writing clinic, “Branding Yourself for a Successful Job Application” and “Alternative Careers for Scientists”. During the course, speakers had the opportunity to share their personal and professional opinions and suggestions to the attendees present.
To commemorate the commencement of the National Postgraduate Medical Training Curricula, a project chaired by Professor Dato' Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at FOM, an online e-launch was conducted on 27th August 2021. The National Postgraduate Medical Training Curricula is a collaborative project between clinicians from various medical schools with the Ministry of Health Malaysia to develop a more holistic medical curriculum plan for the training of medical students at the postgraduate level.
The Medical Humanities and Ethics Unit (MedHEU) was officially launched on 4th August 2021, along with a Breakfast@UMHealth session titled ‘Addressing the Neglected Half of Medicine: Formation of Medical Humanities and Ethics Unit in the Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Malaya’. MedHEU’s mission is to foster humanistic values among students, graduates, and health professionals through various academic and non-academic activities that combine the field of medicine with various humanity-related disciplines such as history, philosophy, literature, creative arts, ethics, and language and linguistics. Headed by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Julia Patrick Engkasan and supported by a group of physicians and ethicists, MedHEU will collaborate with the Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Faculty of Creative Arts, and Faculty of Language and Linguistics. Since its launch, MedHEU has organized a total of five webinars to increase awareness and appreciation on how literature and arts intersect with medicine. Among the upcoming highlights for 2022 include establishment of the Medical Museum, monthly webinars and workshops on clinical ethics. MedHEU is on the lookout for like-minded experts to collaborate with. Do contact MedHEU Administrator at email@example.com
The third FOM Inaugural Lecture for 2021 was held on 21st September 2021 by Professor Dr. Goh Khean Jin. Dr. Goh is a Professor of Medicine from the Department of Medicine. The Virtual Inaugural Lecture titled "Treatable Myopathies" delved into the use of robust scientific methods to answer relevant clinical questions that has resulted in significant therapies for those who were previously deemed untreatable. The lecture was livestreamed via the Fakulti Perubatan Universiti Malaya YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/wbw2uAWHBv4
FOM recently held a welcoming ceremony on 1st October 2021 at the TJ Danaraj Auditorium to the newly enrolled candidates of FOM with the aim of providing a general overview regarding the FOM structure, facilities, and programs. The event was officiated by our Dean, Professor Dr. April Camilla with the attendance of the Head of Departments, and approximately 100 undergraduate and postgraduate candidates from the 2021/2022 cohort.
The Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Malaysia has recognised 5th October as Academia Day in recognition of the contributions, achievements, and sacrifices of all academic staff. This year, the event was especially meaningful given the various challenges faced throughout the pandemic. To express appreciation to the academic staff, as well as the executive and operations team who has jointly contributed and creatively supported the implementation of FOM’s Teaching & Learning activities, FOM Academia Day was launched on 5th Oct 2021 at the TJ Danaraj Auditorium (and jointly streamed virtually). The theme of the event was “Academia in the Time of Covid” #COVIDemia. The opening ceremony was officiated by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), Professor Dr. Kamila Ghazali, with Distinguished Professor Datuk Dr. Looi Lai Meng delivering a thought-provoking Keynote Address on “Academia in the New Normal”, as well as introducing the OneHealth concept which ensures optimal health for all.
The Gotong Royong Perdana program, an initiative by Universiti Malaya in ensuring a conducive environment for students physically returning to campus, was held campus wide on 6th October 2021. At FOM, the program kicked off at 8.30 am with an opening event officiated by the Dean of FOM, Professor Dr. April Camilla, and the Deputy Dean of Infrastructure, Associate Professor Dr. Wan Yusof Wan Sulaiman. Faculty members were divided into four groups, tasked to clean and revamp various parts of the Faculty where each team was led by one of FOM’s technical staff. Tasks include the clearing litter from areas surrounding the Faculty, as well as painting of handrails, parking lines and signages. The program successfully received full involvement and commitment from both academic, non-academic and support staff.
The Annual Faculty of Medicine Research e-Carnival was held on the 25th-28th October 2021. This year, relationships between healthcare professionals, researchers and the public were put under the spotlight, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hence, the theme of this year’s carnival was “Patients and Public Involvement (PPI) in Education, Advocacy & Research'' with the intention of emphasizing the importance of PPI in health and social care research among our community. This was the first FOM research carnival that was conducted online with the involvement of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and a public audience. The event successfully garnered over 200 registered participants and over 1,000 views on YouTube. Additionally, the event drew not only the participation of FOM members, but also from other faculties including the Faculty of Business and Economics, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering. Among the affiliated external entities that had participated in the carnival were the Ministry of Health, international and national universities, and the general public.
After more than two years of closure, the Faculty of Medicine can finally reopen its Medicafe following the completion of its renovations. Both, staff and students welcomed its reopening, which coincided with the beginning of the new academic calendar.
The FOM Dean’s Office organised a retirement ceremony in recognition of general staff and faculty members who have retired or will retire from their roles within the 2020/2021 Academic Calendar. The event was held on 29th November 2021 at the Pullman Hotel Bangsar to honour 40 faculty members for their tireless dedication and contributions to the university. This event was also attended by the Dean of FOM, Professor Dr. April Camilla, various Deputy Deans and Heads of Departments.
The 60th Universiti Malaya Convocation Ceremony was recently held from the 20-27th November 2021. The ceremony itself was in fact a delayed ceremony, carried forward from 2020 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It was organised to recognize more than 6,000 graduates that have completed their studies in 2020. The ceremony for the Faculty of Medicine (FOM) and Universiti Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) was held on 25th November 2021. Graduates in this year’s ceremony include 64 doctorates (Ph.D), 178 Clinical Masters and Masters by Research, 136 from the undergraduate MBBS programme, 41 from the Biomedical Science programme, and 8 from the Nursing programme. UMMC, through its Kolej Sains Kesihatan, had 167 graduates receiving their Diploma in Nursing.
The Molecular Medicine Postgraduate Student Association (MOMPES) is a student-led body within the Department of Molecular Medicine. This year, the committee had taken the initiative to organize their very first symposium virtually on 22nd November 2021 with the goal of nurturing student leaders and bring scientists together to share recent advancements in Molecular Biology. This symposium aims to become a platform for next-generation scientists to expand their knowledge and build a network of researchers for future collaborations. This event was able to highlight postgraduate students who conduct research on a wide range of topics in molecular medicine and biochemistry.
A Memorandum of Agreement ceremony between the Malaysian Society of Parasitology & Tropical Medicine (MSPTM) and Universiti Malaya (UM) was officiated on 6th December 2021 at The Cube, Faculty of Medicine. This event was held in conjunction with the launching of a new Master programme by the Department of Parasitology. Funds received from MSPTM will be used to renovate and convert two seminar rooms at the department into a lecture hall, which will be named the CP Ramachandran Hall. The Vice Chancellor of UM, YBhg Professor Dato’ Ir Dr. Mohd Hamdi Abd. Shukor, the Dean of FOM, Professor Dr. April Camilla, and President of MSPTM, Dr. Sam Mohan Aruputham, were present for the MOA signing ceremony.
The opening ceremony of FOM’s new research hub, the Dato Panglima Kinta Eusoff Research Centre, has become one of the Faculty’s highlights of the year. This newly revamped research centre, formally known as Bangunan Tahan Lama, was inaugurated on 13th December 2021 by Universiti Malaya’s Chancellor, His Royal Highness (HRH) Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah Al-Maghfur-Lah. The funding for the construction of the research centre was contributed by one of UM’s Alumni, Datin Ragayah Mohd Eusoff in early 2019, followed by a memorandum of agreement to establish a high-impact research centre.
World Disability Day, an event held to honour and celebrate persons with disabilities, was held on 4th December 2021, with the theme this year, 'Fighting for Rights in the Post-COVID Era'. The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine organized an exhibition of artworks by people with disabilities, all of which who were former patients treated by staff in the department. The event was officiated by the Honourable Senator Datuk Ras Adiba Mohd Radzi. Over 80 artworks which showcased oil, acrylic, hand batik and face mask paintings were exhibited. The exhibition was held until 14th December 2021 with free entry, where it received an encouraging response from the public.
The recent floods over the weekend (18th-19th December 2021) caused by days of heavy rain have displaced an estimated 70,000 people in the Klang Valley and Selangor region. Many rivers have overflowed their banks while major roads have been cut off. The Registrar’s Office, Universiti Malaya, recently organised the UM Flood Relief Volunteer Program, held on 22nd December 2021. Dr. Jasmine Lim, Senior Lecturer from the Department of Surgery who participated in the program, shares her personal thoughts.
Flood Relief Mission at Ground Zero - by Dr. Jasmine Lim
“Selangor Floods: Over 2,800 people evacuated from their homes in Klang’ was amongst the major newspaper headlines on 18th December 2021. Thousands of pictures and videos were shared via social media over the weekend, showing the extent of this catastrophic disaster and its impact on people’s lives. My heart sank as I saw the struggles of flood victims.
Joining the UM Flood Relief mission allowed me to witness the aftermath at ground zero myself. We visited and offered cleaning services to one of the affected UM households in Puchong. The house was full of mud and most household items were damaged as flood waters rose to chest level over a short period of time. With the spirit of “gotong-royong”, we helped the family clean the entire house, including the living hall, kitchen and bedrooms. I was involved in cleaning the kitchen and tableware with my comrades from other faculties. It was truly a heart-warming experience, and I shall remember it for a long time. Herein lies one of my favourite inspirational quotes; -
“The last two years have really taught us a lot, and it’s important that we reflect on being better people, a better society. Power to me is about doing the right thing, doing good and ultimately, giving back” - Prof. Dato’ Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman, Tatler’s Power Award 2021 winner.
The UM Innovative and Creative Group program, better known as the KIK program, is one of UM’s initiatives to preserve a culture of innovative and creative thinking to solve problems in everyday essential work. It also serves as an important platform to generate new ideas that can be implemented to improve the quality of efficient services. At the university level, the top management has high hopes that the implementation of KIK will lead to new systems and operations that can directly improve the quality-of-service delivery, foster closer cooperation, as well as promote a more collaborative work culture among staff members. This initiative also augments and strengthen our understanding of the UM core values (Passion, Oneness, Integrity, Sincerity, Empathy), and furthermore, serve to enhance the image of Universiti Malaya.
UM’s first KIK Convention was held on 21st – 22nd December 2021. There were 47 teams competing with the largest number coming from UMMC – 15 groups, followed by the Faculty of Medicine - 5 groups. The Ortho Sparks team, consisting of Dr. Muhammad Ziyad, Pn. Suhaili binti Mohd, En. Muhammad Lutfi Md Zin, En. Muhammad Helmi Harun and Pn. Sahrinanah Mappiare from the Faculty of Medicine was selected for ‘Anugerah Inovasi Harapan’ under the Technical Category. Well done to all teams!
The Breakfast@UMHealth web series, an online continuous medical education (CME) endeavour, aims to provide relevant clinical knowledge for clinicians, academics and the public, primarily based on the knowledge and expertise of the clinical academic staff, medical specialists and researchers from Universiti Malaya. The web series also involves leading clinicians, scientists and trendsetters from other institutions. Listed below are the Top 10 most watched episodes this year.
|1||3||Survivorship in Cancer||https://youtu.be/pxewUmDvIj8|
|2||16||Bariatric Surgery in UMMC||https://youtu.be/d9-pNOnZc1c|
|3||2||Criminalization of Drug Use and Toxis Society: Decriminalization the way forward||https://youtu.be/1asgD_CN9OY|
|4||31||Using UV-C Irradiation Effectively and Safely as a Disinfectant||https://youtu.be/VE0q3NalNyw|
|5||20||COVID-19 Vaccination – The Work of the Independent Covid-19 Vaccination Advisory Committee||https://youtu.be/lxwGuaM4QxA|
|6||22||Early Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder||https://youtu.be/jk85aRUIFZ0|
|7||17||The Fight Against HIV: Are We Winning?||https://youtu.be/qE8mj-P3_S8|
|8||6||UM Faculty of Medicine Best Neuroscience Publications Awards||https://youtu.be/kz2Wh3QVHYw|
|9||21||Sarcopenia and Cancer in Elderly Patients||https://youtu.be/xOkF9x7zdd8|
|10||16||Trauma Registry Universiti Malaya (TRaUMa)||https://youtu.be/ODzCJyd8Xm4|
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Organiser: Animal Experimental Unit (AEU)
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Organiser: Clinical Oncology Unit, UMM
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Organiser: Department of Molecular Medicine
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Organiser: Department of Pharmacology
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Venue: Outside of UM (Location to be announced later)
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Organiser: Department of Pharmacology
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Organiser: Department of Pharmacology
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Last Update: 19/07/2023