UH Med Now - MINORITY

Pictured: Dr. Lee, Mele Look and Dr. Lew, editors of new books. By A.J. McWhorter, UH Med Now Faculty at the University of Hawai’i (UH) John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) contribute to new books as part of their scholarly endeavors. This “Booknotes” Section of UH Med Now features some of the most recent […]

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Pictured: Three of the panelists, the emcee and a speaker. By Tina Shelton, UH Med Now, JABSOM Communications Director Do YOU know who the first woman physician to graduate from an American medical school was? That question, posed by Dr. Kalani Brady, captivated the audience right from the start, at the 2017 Women in Medicine […]

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Date: August 14th, 2017 in JABSOM News, MINORITY, Research, Student Life

Pictured: Liana Medina working in the Lehrer Lab at JABSOM By Tina Shelton UH Med Now The University of Hawaiʻi is expanding its studies of a proposed vaccine for the deadly Ebola virus. A new grant of nearly $112,000 awarded to a graduate student working with Dr. Axel Lehrer at the John A. Burns School […]

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Pictured: The dance line at a particularly light moment during the 2013 Alumni Reconnect Almost 300 MD alumni, residents, faculty, faculty emeritus, and staff from eight different states and Saipan attended “Reconnect 2013”, the MD Alumni Reunion at the John A. Burns School of Medicine in July, including a big showing from the Class of […]

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Date: May 10th, 2012 in JABSOM News, MINORITY, Student Life

Pictured: Leah Wang, MD and Taylor J. K. Choy, MD, JABSOM Class of 2012 The University of Hawaiʻi’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) is especially proud that it is the nation’s only accredited medical school with a clinical department dedicated to the health of an indigenous people of the U.S.–Native Hawaiians. A unique […]

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Pictured left to right are ʻImi Ho’ōla (“Those who seek to heal”) graduates Kyle Watanabe, Kaimana Chow, Aldrich Ricalde, Emmanuel de Jesus, Genia Taitano and Steven Gonsalves. The next stop is the White Coat Ceremony for six graduates of the ʻImi Ho’ōla (“Those who seek to heal”) Post-Baccalaureate Program at the University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa John […]

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