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Pictured: Dr. Robert Hong throws a shaka. Courtesy of Dr. Hong. Originally posted at UH News By Karen Rowan MS, Hawaiʻi Journal of Health & Social Welfare A team of Hawaiʻi researchers led by the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) have come up with a gesture sequence to […]

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Pictured: Axel Lehrer in the lab. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Interim Director of Communications A University of Hawaiʻi (UH) at Mānoa researcher, in collaboration with a pharmaceutical company, has developed a vaccine candidate that shows promise in rapidly inducing immunity to the novel coronavirus in pre-clinical trials. Axel Lehrer, an assistant […]

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By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Interim Director of Communications Once again, the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) is among 30 institutions across the U.S. receiving a series of grants from the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest non-government funder of childhood cancer research grants. A total of $1.8 million in grants supports the mentorship of St. Baldrick’s Fellows […]

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Dr. Shiramizu in his lab at JABSOM. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Interim Director of Communications Scientists at the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) Mānoa have discovered a novel method of diagnosing non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a group of cancers that starts in cells called lymphocytes, which are part of the body’s immune system. Currently, there are no widely […]

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Pictured: Axel Lehrer, PhD in his lab. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By University of Hawaiʻi News As confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to rise, the need for a vaccine to prevent the spread of the flu-like virus grows. University of Hawaiʻi (UH) at Mānoa scientist Axel Lehrer is among those helping in that global fight. He […]

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Pictured: Joanna Kettlewell in the lab. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Deputy Communications Director Stretching 26 miles and plunging to a depth of 2,300 feet (701 meters), the Kaʻiwi Channel between the islands of Molokaʻi and Oʻahu has a reputation as one of the world’s most treacherous bodies of water. Crossing it was a challenge that […]

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