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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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The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) is pleased to announce eight students have completed the ʻImi Ho‘ōla Post-Baccalaureate Program and will enroll in medical school here next month. ʻImi Ho‘ōla (“Those who seek to heal”) is an intensive, year-long program for promising college graduates who come from socially, […]

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Date: March 6th, 2008 in Faculty, Giving, JABSOM News, MINORITY, OB-GYN

Pictured: PATH Clinic Founder Dr. Tricia Wright in 2016. Drug addiction on pregnant women carries an extra dose of stigma. But a Hawaiʻi clinic founded by a University of Hawaiʻi physician in 2007 strives to get those future mothers back on the right track. “It’s a myth that women who are using during pregnancy don’t […]

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