MONDAY, 12 JANUARY – The Medical Museum under the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FKSK) Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) recorded a total of 2,105 visitors in 2014.
According to the Medical Museum Curator, Faranizah Taufick, of this number, a total of 1,704 are school students, 180 UMS staff/students and 221 public.
“This shows a significant improvement compared to 1,000 visitors in 2013. The increase was contributed by the uniqueness and specialty at the museum which provides an opportunity for students and the local community to see the exhibition of human anatomy,” she told media.
She said the human anatomy exhibition on display at the museum included Mannequin exhibits, Jar Specimen and Plastinated Specimen.
The Medical Museum is open every day except Monday and Public Holidays starting at 9.30 am until 4.30 pm with an entrance fee charged at RM3 for visitors aged 18 years and above, RM2 for visitors aged 17 and below and free for UMS staff and students. – ZMD (fl)
Media and Citra Division