Welcome to the Centre for Daignostic Nuclear Imaging, Universiti Putra Malaysia website. We hope it helps you discover how our decade-long tradition of preparing the new era of imaging technology in molecular imaging , researchers offers exciting opportunities for pursuing your academic excellency and health care providing services for the needy netizen your .
At a time when molecular imaging education and practice is transforming before our eyes – with the ever challenging Future of Radiology providing context and a blueprint – we are determined to prepare radiologist and professionals alike who will continue to shape health care and promotion in this evolving ambience.
Numerous impartial bodies testify to the value of our education. Regional News ranks many of our research programme and academia in the country’s among the distinguished feat . Our research fellows are leaders in many settings, including the ASEA-UNINET and IAEA and European Radiology Societal advisory panels. Many have received prestigious recognition, including induction in the National Academies of Medicine, as well as recognition in being part of the world leading organization i.e South East Asea KOBE Experimental Workshop (SEKUW) /JAXA .
Yet what truly distinguishes us is our unwavering commitment to our students and their careers.
Our accredited master’s and PhD programmes offers a wide array of specialty training. Through coursework and superb preceptors, our master’s graduates leave fully prepared to assume roles as clinical radiologist or physician scientist in primary and acute care, across the lifespan.
Our research programs in Molecular Imaging provide advanced training in theory and research methods that prepare the next generation of scholars to advance the profession. Their research in areas such as molecular genetic, radiology, space medicine, nuclear physic continues to shape practice and education worldwide in the era of peronalised medicine.
Yet there is much more. We strongly encourage and support diversity in both our facilities and student body. We continue to increase the financial aid available to students. Interprofessional training is alive and well on one of the world’s finest health sciences campuses, which includes schools of Allied medical science, Biomedical Engineering as well as a state-of-the-art genetic lab, Hybrid Imaging technology and the Clinical Translation Molecular Imaging Laboratory. We teach and conduct research in over a dozen countries, and attract experts and trainees for translational research and academia from around the world, with a special emphasis on the South East Asea and the Middle East.
We also keep a keen eye on the clinical service and the leading frontier in the epitomizing the standard of care in molecular imaging. We recently expanded our facility with the use of best molecular imaging apparatus i.e MRI 3.0 Tesla, Ultrasound-MRI hybrid system, PET/MRI and PET-CT with a savvy PACS and teleradiology systems. We have a highly engaged Advisory Board and alumni who provide input into program review and development, as well as a faculty that is at the forefront of our profession and the broader clinical and scientific community. All of this is critical to keeping a vibrant tradition alive at a time of dramatic change.
Please contact us at 03-9769 1644 with your questions and thoughts.
Prof. Datin Dr. Rozi Mahmud
MBBS (UM), M.MED RAD (UKM)
Updated:: 22/07/2020 [muhammadhafiz]
Centre for Diagnostic Nuclear Imaging
Universiti Putra Malaysia