Archive | December, 2011

LAB RATS are smarter than you think!

We’ve tweeted the fabulous “breaking news item” about altruistic (not to mention, smart) rats, but the story is just too good not to share in a more attention-getting spot, here on our page.  After all, this — the University of Hawai’i medical school — is, we are proud to say, where Ryuzo Yanagimachi and his […]

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JABSOM’s Dr. Izutsu, one of two honored with FACULTY DIVERSITY AWARD

UH Mānoa’s Commission on Diversity has honored two faculty members—Brenda Cartwright of the College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science, and Satoru Izutsuof the John A. Burns School of Medicine—with 2011 Faculty Diversity Awards. The recognition is made annually to faculty demonstrating an exemplary and ongoing commitment to enhancing diversity. For nearly 25 […]

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Dean Jerris Hedges REAPPOINTED through 2016

University of Hawai’i President M.R. C. Greenwood has announced that Jerris R. Hedges, MD has been reappointed to continue serving as the dean of the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine through December 31, 2016. “Dr. Hedges’ appointment is the key to progress at the medical school and the international […]

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JABSOM researcher MacCannell featured by the American Heart Association

Photo: Drew MacCannel, courtesy the Amercian Heart Association. If variety is the spice of life, then Keith Andrew “Drew” MacCannell is a hot commodity in the world of science. The John A. Burns School of Medicine post doctoral researcher possesses an unusual array of expertise, ranging from mathematics to astrophysics to cardiovascular physiology, to complement his unusual […]

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