The Clinical School Johor Bahru (CSJB) provides a conducive environment for the Years Three to Five MBBS student to learn practical skills using state-of-the-art equipment and simulation facilities.
A few years ago, the academic team at JCSMHS noticed the challenges, evident in the present mode of teaching Anatomy and had a vision of transforming Anatomy practical learning with digital technology.
Collaborative learning in a technologically-enhanced environment
The Medical Anatomy and Pathology E-Learning (MAPEL) Laboratory hosts anatomy and pathology learning materials, including an extensive collection of specimens and models supported by interactive multimedia and technological enhancements.
Innovative educational approach
Practical learning made available at the MAPEL Lab through the integration of multimedia and anatomical specimens as learning resources enhances the delivery of course content and helps students to develop core competencies.
Facilities at CSJB
Comprehensive clinical learning facilities
The Clinical School Johor Bahru (CSJB) houses the Pathology Museum, Pathology Resources Centre, Organ Demo Room, Medical Research Lab, Clinical Research Lab, and also Clinical Skills Lab equipped with high-end simulator models to enhance clinical learning experience.
Interactive learning through simulator system
The Noelle and NewBorn simulator models are among the equipment used to facilitate the learning of baby delivery session in the Clinical Skills Lab at CSJB.
Cutting-edge facilities and equipment in support of producing high quality research
Our core research facilities include the biomedical labs, Monash-Agilent Microarray Service Centre, LC-MS/MS laboratory, animal facilities and neuroscience labs.
High performance equipment
The LC-MS/MS laboratory at JCSMHS has the leading-edge equipment to perform molecular biology and chemistry analyses.
At the forefront of neuroscience research
The Brain Research Institute Monash Sunway (BRIMS) has well-equiped facilities, including Malaysia’s first Specific Pathogen Free (SPF) animal facility for conducting neuroscience research.
Studying how the human brain works using fish models
The neuroscience team at BRIMS has established a behavior system to study addiction, neuropsychiatryic disorders, and sleep disorders using fish models.