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There is a new program director of the MLS Program, and she brings with her a wealth of knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm.  Violet Nxedhlana, PhD, MT (ASCP) has joined the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) at the University of Hawai’i Mānoa (UHM) with the mission to make the program one that many students […]

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The class includes a large number of Filipinxs as well as those with neighbor island roots. The University of Hawaiʻi John A. Burns School of Medicine (UH JABSOM) recently graduated 69 doctors including many minorities as well as those from rural communities on the neighbor islands. The new crop of physicians include 16 that identify […]

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Special spotlight in honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Lovina Abdi is a PhD candidate in the John A. Burns School of Medicine’s (JABSOM) Developmental and Reproductive Biology Department focusing on stem cell biology research. A graduate research assistant in the lab of Dr. Yiqiang Zhang, JABSOM professor, Abdi is also Indonesian-American and […]

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Sounds of laughter and cheer resounded from the Linapuni Elementary School campus located within the grounds of Kam IV Housing, a low-income housing in the heart of Kalihi. Despite the rainy weather, the clouds could not dampen the spirits of neither the school children nor the fourth-year medical students visiting from the University of Hawaii […]

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It’s almost that day of the year that all medical students look forward to– Match Day! That’s the moment where medical students across the country find out where they’ll be spending the next few years of their lives as new MD residents. We sat down with a few members of the JABSOM MD Class of […]

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The keiki of Kōkua Kalihi Valley, Kalihi-Palama Health Center, and the Queen Emma Clinic will be great readers thanks to a few JABSOM students who helped raise money and developed grant proposals to assure the blossoming readers would receive unused, shiny and new, culturally sensitive, and bilingual books at their well-child visits. An anonymous shout […]

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