1.  Environmental Health Sciences and Technology

  • To practise Environmental Health Sciences as an integral part of Global Public Health Services which concerns the interaction of human population and the environment affecting their physical, mental health and social well-being.

  • To study and analyze the various environmental and social conditions which foster the transmission of infectious and communicable diseases. Review of other potential sicknesses contributed by or associated with the exposure to hazardous biological, physical chemical and radiological materials and to develop various instrumentation and methodologies to monitor, identify, prevent, control and treat environmental and social related sicknesses.
    Special Technology:
    Total Resources and Environmental Monitoring Solution (TREMS)

  • To use Satellite Reconnaissance/Surveillance such as Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to capture the ecological changes of the planetary environment and the human population, using System Integration Software (SIS) to compute, interpret and disseminate data for Environmental Health management, applying Medical Epidemiology and Clinical Biostatistics to focus on the distribution and determinants of environmental related sicknesses (Diseases Mapping) in human population.

  • To coordinate with international health agencies such as the World Health Organization (WHO), National Institute of Health (NIH), Center for Disease Control (CDC), state and local health departments of various nations on Disease Information Networking (DIN) including private and public research institutions, clinics, hospitals and universities; practising Bizmanity by way of incorporating business practices with humanitarian activities (following United Nations Development Program on Global Compact) including income derived from environment Health Practices and financial contributions (in the form of grants and donations) from public and private communities in order to design a highly efficient and effective Health Care Delivery System (HCDS) which transcends social political religious and cultural barriers for the prevention, control and treatment of environmental related diseases.

2.  Biomedical

  • To manage endemic, epidemic and pandemic of diseases by integrating International Classification of Diseases (lCD) and Algorithms for rapid identification, prevention and control of the spread of infectious and communicable diseases at global level.
    Special Technology:
    The use of JMTM Cell Culture Tube for environmental toxicity and studies

3.  Biotechnology

  • To produce healthy and nutritious consumables by integrating biotechnology that could serve as food additives and food supplements which are natural substances of plant or microbial origin.
    Special Technology:
    Poly Linear Modular Multi-Feed Stock Biochemical Engineering System (POLIMBEST)