UH Med Now - Collaboration

Pictured: About 100 new residents and fellows on the lawn at JABSOM, joining a total of some 230 MDs in post-medical school training throughout Hawaiʻi. Deborah Manog Dimaya Photo. New physicians-in-training throughout Hawaiʻi have begun one of the hardest years of their lives. By Tina Shelton, UH JABSOM Communications Director The new Graduate Medical Education […]

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Date: July 2nd, 2018 in Collaboration, External News, JABSOM News, Research

Pictured: The INBRE IV Core Directors and Staff (L to R): Jessica Paje, Dr. Jon-Paul Bingham, Dr. David Easa, Dr. Peter Hoffmann, Dr. Robert Nichols, Dr. Helen Turner, Dr. Youping Deng, Dr. David Horgen and Kari Kim. Deborah Manog Dimaya Photo. The five year grant, based at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, will […]

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Pictured: Dr. Robert Nichols in the lab at the Biosciences Building at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By Deborah Manog Dimaya UH Med Now Correspondent Recognized by its ability to steal memories and target the aging population, Alzheimer’s Disease has long been without a cure — but a University […]

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Date: March 2nd, 2018 in Collaboration, JABSOM News, Rural

Photo and story courtesy of Kaiser Permanente and JABSOM AHEC. Patients who would normally have to fly from a neighbor island to see a geriatrician or psychiatrist in Honolulu might have a better option because of Project ECHO Hawaiʻi. ECHO uses existing technology — including web video conferencing through Zoom— to help neighbor island doctors […]

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Pictured: (L to R): Dr. Jill Omori, Charmaine Milla, Jason Huynh, Taylor Sinn, Chloe Liu, Kayla Murata and Chris Tokeshi. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, UH Med Now Dr. Jill Omori and a group of volunteers from the John A. Burns School of Medicine braved the frigid winter in Omaha for the weekend to represent the […]

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Pictured: Molokaʻi teens pose as a group at the first-ever Teen Health Camp held on Molokaʻi. Teen Health Camp Molokaʻi made its debut on the Friendly Isle on Saturday, February 17, 2018, bringing together 51 eager teens, medical students and health career volunteers and a trunk full of faux arms to be sewn up or […]

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