Archive | October, 2012

Slideshows: Too Ghoul for School (Halloween 2012)

It was Too Ghoul for School all over again! The best, most creative medical students on the planet (and our faculty and staff, and the Dean as Harry Potter–all grown up) made Halloween 2012 colorful, musical (JABSOM Gangnam Style!), fun and even educational. (There WAS that “EKG” cut into the hair on Aniket’s head!) Our […]

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VIDEO: JABSOM Halloween 2012 Mashup

Halloween is always a blast at the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), and in 2012, “Gangnam Style” was in full view. Here’s a quick look at some of the wackiest moments, courtesy of our students. They make Halloween special because later that same evening, they take their full-costume shows on […]

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JABSOM’s Takashi Matsui helps medical journal deliver its first-ever PODCAST in both English and Japanese

The American Journal of Physiology-Heart & Circulatory Physiology has announced its first-ever podcast in both English and Japanese and it features University of Hawai`i researcher who is himself trying to uncover new treatments and ways to prevent heart attack and heart failure. “The John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) was founded to provide medical knowledge […]

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JABSOM’s Sunny Buddies: Providing a valuable community resource

By Raymond Machi, Peter Deptula, and Be Ho, MD Class of 2015 Sunny Buddies is a community health activity for first-year medical students at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). Adults with intellectual disabilities function as “buddies” to the medical students. The Sunny Buddies help medical students gain a better understanding of an […]

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