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Pictured: Collage of JABSOM medical students celebrating Match Day 2020. The MD 2020 Class recently learned where they will begin training their training as new doctors By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Interim Communications Director The MD Class of 2020 at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) at the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) recently learned […]

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Pictured: Match Day 2019, Celina Hayashi Macadangdang, MD, flanked by her husband and mom as she discovers she matched into a Family Medicine Residency Program. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. Due to increasing restrictions and for safety, the on-campus Match Day ceremony has been canceled By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Interim Communications Director Resiliency. Thatʻs the characteristic […]

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Pictured: Rylie Wada, MD 2023 candidate, teaches students how to put on an arm cast at Teen Health Camp. Joey Sumulong photo. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Deputy Communications Director The John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) packed up its Teen Health Camp and took it over to the island of Lānaʻi, where thirty high […]

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Pictured: MD students are seen suiting up for surgery in a training session at JABSOM. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director Each year before they fan out to Hawaiʻi’s major hospitals to begin their last two years rotating though clinical wards shadowing faculty and other practicing physicians, University of Hawaiʻi (UH) medical students complete a rigorous […]

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Pictured: Enze Ma learns to perform an endotracheal intubation at JABSOM. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, Deputy Communications Director For the past 18 years, Enze Ma has been playing the violin. On the weekends, he uses his musical talents to lead worship at his church. Now, as a first-year medical student at […]

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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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