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Research in the News: JABSOM Inventors, the Institute for Biogenesis Research

Date: September 30th, 2015 in Faculty, JABSOM News, Research    Print or PDF

A research lab at JABSOM.

Researchers at the University of Hawai’i (UH), including the John A. Burns School of Medicine, are working to transform their research into products that can improve health in our neighborhoods, and around the world.

cards6x4Recently, the inventors at UH were celebrated in a dinner sponsored by American Savings Bank.  Several of JABSOM’s patent holders were on hand, including Dr. Thomas Ernst, Dr. Axel Lehrer and Dr. Alexander Stokes, Dr. Reinhold Penner, Dr. Virginia Hinshaw, Dr. Andrea Fleig, and Dr. Ryan Louie, among others. Cool “baseball cards” were produced with the patent-holders faces on one side and information about their patents on the other.

Read about the event in Pacific Business News.   

Also in PBN this week, is a special set of articles about women’s health. The content includes the latest from the JABSOM Institute for Biogenesis Research (IBR), which has attracted some $40 million in funding since its founding by Dr. Ryuzo Yanagimachi.

Read about the IBR in Pacific Business News.

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