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Date: May 7th, 2009 in Faculty, JABSOM News

Associate Professor of Medicine Dr. Kalani Brady has been appointed interim chair of the Department of Native Hawaiian Health (DNHH) at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). Last month, former chair Marjorie Mau stepped down, after eight years leading the department, to focus on research she is conducting […]

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Date: May 6th, 2009 in Alumni News, Faculty, JABSOM News

Pictured: Dr. Neal Palafox, far right, with fellow faculty member Dr. Lee Buenconsejo-Lum and new physician Bradlee Sako, MD at Convocation 2010 Dr. Neal Palafox, Chair of Family Medicine and Community Health, has been recognized by the Intercultural Cancer Council once again. The organization’s newsletter, “The Voice”, says, “From the beginning of his career in […]

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Date: April 28th, 2009 in Faculty, Giving, JABSOM News

THE OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS AND THE HAWAI’I MARCH OF DIMES have granted $35,000 to the Perinatal Addiction Services of Hawai‘i (PATH) clinic to support its efforts. The PATH Clinic, which this month marks its second anniversary, offers obstetric and gynecological care for women struggling with addiction. PATH has served more than 120 women so […]

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Date: April 6th, 2009 in JABSOM News

By Nancy Partika NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK IS BEING CELEBRATED in a big way in 2009 by the John A. Burns School of Medicine’s Office of Public Health Studies. The cross-cutting theme of several of this week’s events is “health and human rights”. The six main tracks of the symposium are: Native Hawaiian and Indigenous […]

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Date: March 20th, 2009 in Alumni News, JABSOM News, Student Life

Match Day 2009 generated a lot of excitement at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) and other medical schools around the country. Nineteen of our students will pursue their residency training in Hawai’i. Seventeen of them are headed to California for their on-the-job training. The field getting the most interest from our students […]

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Date: March 9th, 2009 in JABSOM News

A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE JOHN A. BURNS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE and a hospital in Vietnam is helping to reduce the spread of AIDS in the Southeast Asian Nation. *Click here to read part one of two stories by Craig Gima in The Honolulu Star-Bulletin. *Click here to read Craig Gima’s report on the subject originally […]

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