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Pictured: Surrounded by family, Dr. Satoru Izutsu shows off the Legacy Award plaque bestowed upon him. Greg Yamamoto/HUOA photo. The Legacy Award is presented to individuals, families or businesses who have made significant contributions to the Okinawan community, locally and globally.   By Deborah Manog Dimaya, UH Med Now Correspondent After the devastation of World […]

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Photo: View of the Republic of the Marshall Islands from above. Dr. Nash Witten Photo.   The unique “hands-on” effort integrated multi-disciplinary teams of experienced volunteers, including a UH medical student, resident, and faculty members Special to UH Med, contributors to this story: Arcelita Imasa, MS4; Nash Witten, MD; Seiji Yamada, MD, MPH Members of the […]

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Pictured: Damon Lee, MD (Faculty); Graduates Brooke Yorita, MD; Cedric Kuo, DO; Adriann Bruce, MD (Co-Chief Resident); Christina Marzo (Co-Chief Resident); Bao Pham, MD; Shirley Hirata, MD; Seiji Yamada, MD (Faculty). Photo by David Tanaka. By Heidi Kubo, JABSOM Department of Family Medicine All six of the newest doctors to graduate from the University of […]

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Pictured: Members of the JABSOM Graduating Class of 2018 celebrate after finding out which Residency training programs they “matched” to on Match Day. Deborah Manog Dimaya Photo. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, UH Med Now Hawaiʻi’s newest doctors are about to graduate and more than half of the University of Hawaiʻi Medical School Class of 2018 […]

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Pictured: Informational activities at the 2017 JABSOM Campus “Open House.” Joel Sabugo, MD Class of 2018, is standing on the left. Deborah Manog photo. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director The University of Hawaiʻi medical school sets its sights beyond just providing excellent learning for medical students, graduate students in the biomedical sciences and physicians […]

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Pictured: Students are shown learning how to prepare a patient for Emergency Transport, with advice from the EMT program at Kapiʻolani Community College. MD Admissions Office Photo. Close to 100 public school students from the 6th to 12th grades came to John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) last Saturday to learn the value of […]

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