UH Med Now - Collaboration

Dr. Asano is greeted at JABSOM by Melia Young of JABSOM Event Management Services. Medical students, faculty and Dean Jerris Hedges welcomed Dr. Yoshihisa Asano, founder of the Noguchi Medical Research Institute to the medical school as he returned this week to take part in the Humanism, Empathy, Social Justice & Global Health Symposium. The […]

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Pictured: Drs. Yuki Hamamatsu, Keiko Tange and other visiting Japanese physicians learn in the JABSOM SimTiki laboratory with Dr. Benjamin Berg (wearing red) and Dr. Satoshi Jujo (lying down). Deborah Manog Dimaya photos. Tragedy off Kakaako inspired one of the young doctors, then 8 years old, to become a healer By Tina Shelton and Deborah […]

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Assistant Professor and Audiologist Lisa Taniguchi works with a child in the UH Speech and Hearing Clinic in Kakaako. Funded by a former UH speech pathologist who wanted to care for children in perpetuity By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director University of Hawaii (UH) Communication Sciences and Disorders has helped children and adults to hear, […]

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Pictured: University of Liberia Students pose with University of Hawaiʻi Dr. Axel Lehrer inside of of the mobile laboratories delivered to Liberia. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director Nine thousand miles from Hawaiʻi on the West African coast, the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) and the University of Liberia (UL) have begun a partnership with a […]

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Date: December 10th, 2019 in anatomy, Collaboration, Giving, JABSOM News, Surgery

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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Pictured: A speaker gives a presentation during the Hawaiʻi Maternal Fetal Telehealth Summit. “Technology has the opportunity to reach out to rural populations in new ways and help the local practitioners, who are the real heroes, to provide better care, easier, to the people where they need it,” said Dr. Curtis Lowery, Director of the […]

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