The University of Malaya together with the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics have developed the Master of Health Research Ethics (MOHRE) Programme which is funded by the US National Institute of Health.
The development of this programme draws on the expertise of bioethicists and educationist from Johns Hopkins University and a multidisciplinary group of faculty members from UM in the field of medicine, law, and education. This one-year programme provides an excellent opportunity to learn about research ethical issues in the field of health and medicine through theories and practicum.
Graduates of the programme will have the opportunity to explore careers related to health research ethics such as research ethics committee member, university, academician or lecturer, a researcher in health institutions, manager of clinical research centers, an executive in ethics accreditation body and policy-makers in a government agency. Ten scholarships are provided for eligible candidates.
The application deadline is on 31 May every year.