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Pictured: AR visualization of craniofacial anatomy useful for surgical planning using Radial3D software. Radial3D photo. The University of Hawaii (UH) program to accelerate business start-ups, XLR8UH, and the UH John A. Burns School of Medicine’s successful spin-off, the next-generation medical imaging company Radial3D will be working on a project to advance military medicine with Honolulu’s […]

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Did you know those who give to the medical school during the Internal Giving Campaign are automatically entered into a drawing that occurs regularly during the campaign, which runs through November 18. Last year’s prizes included Apple™ Air Pods™, an InstaPot™ and more. Best of all, you will be supporting the place you call home […]

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Pictured: A bust of Dr. Robert Wong resides in the JABSOM Health Sciences library. The Wong lectureship is among those founded to bring outstanding individuals to campus to present their ideas and share their expertise. Download Application The University of Hawaiʻi (UH) John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Foundation Advisory Committee is now accepting […]

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Pictured: Britney (Kanoe) Quibelan, an MD Candidate in the JABSOM Class of 2020, at the lectern. Deborah Dimaya photo. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director Ambition was never a problem for Britney (Kanoe) Quibelan. She had big goals as a child, dreaming of being an FBI agent and then a psychologist. She settled on becoming […]

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Pictured: 2019 St. Baldrick’s Staff Giving Campaign Summer Fellow Dayna Sur. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By UH Med Now The University of Hawaii was among 32 institutions across the U.S. included in a 2019 series of grants by the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants. In total, the $2.7 […]

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Pictured: Dean Hedges, Vicky and Ben Cayetano in 2015. Gary Hofheimer photo. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director The Kakaʻako campus stands as a lasting tribute to Cayetano’s vision, leadership and his support for medical education. This coming October 30th, it will have been 15 years since the Mānoa Flood swept away much of the medical school, then […]

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