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Date: February 14th, 2019 in Student Life

Pictured: MD 2019 candidates Emily Jones, Megan Sumida and Aaron Suzuka holding messages they shared on social media during “Solidarity” week, with the theme “Hate has no place here”. University of Hawai’i medical students in the Gold Humanism Honor Society at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) have spent all week in “Solidarity.” […]

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Date: February 8th, 2019 in Community Outreach, Student Life

Pictured: MD students taking part in an AccesSurf outing at ʻEwa Beach. Photos by MD Candidate Jester Galiza. Our first-year medical students are required to get involved in the community they intend to serve early, participating in a service project of their choice. This year, the MS-1s (Class of 2022) volunteered with AccesSurf, a non-profit […]

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Date: January 14th, 2019 in Donors, Giving, Student Life

Pictured: A JABSOM MD student’s white lab coat. Applications are being accepted until March 1st for the 2019 Abraham Kagan, MD Endowed Fellowship which is eligible for MD resident trainees and students pursuing an MD, MS or PhD degree at the University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa (UHM) John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), students pursuing […]

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Date: December 31st, 2018 in Student Life

We have got some quick new year’s resolutions from three of our John A. Burns School of Medicine students. What are your’s?

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Pictured: Gifts piled up in the library at the UH medical school, all destined for keiki at homeless shelters throughout Oʻahu. By UH Med Now Christmas joy began arriving a few days early to homeless shelters on Oʻahu, including at one today on the Leeward Coast in Wai’anae. The operation got underway this afternoon, outside […]

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Pictured: Medical Students Jin Bae and Tiffany Lau tend to an ailing runner inside the medical tent at the 45th Honolulu Marathon on December 9, 2018. Photos by Dr. Katras. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director Enlightening. That is how second-year medical student Tiffany Lau described her duty helping the steady stream of patients who […]

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