Author Archive | Tina Shelton

Grant creates matrix for meaningful health research

RMATRIX leaders, from left, Bruce Shiramizu, Pamela Bullard, Louise Fujisue, Jerris Hedges, Tammy Ho, Todd Seto University of Hawaiʻi researchers are teaming up with community groups, clinics and hospitals under a $12.6-million effort dubbed RMATRIX that supports interdisciplinary and translational research on health disparities among isle residents. The goal is to improve the health of people […]

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Asia-Pacific Health suggested priority area for Hawai’i

HONOLULU – The University of Hawai‘i and the State have a significant strategic advantage to turn already-robust research efforts into increased job opportunities for Hawai‘i and the nation, according to a draft report presented in Waikīkī this week. The report, presented for public input and review, is the result of eight months of intensivecollaboration by the Advisory Council on […]

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Students sponsor community health fair

Please enjoy the slideshow with Flash-player (Ron Paik contributed to photos, story by Tina Shelton). Also check out the Health Fair videos with med student representatives below. Hundreds of visitors and more than 45 outside community organizations took part in the sixth annual Community Health Fair at the John A. Burns School of Medicine on […]

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Judd and Gibson receive 2010 Faculty Diversity Enhancement award

Drs. Nanette Kapulani Mossman Judd from the John A. Burns School of Medicine, and Barbara Gibson from the Department of Oceanography, are the recipients of the 2010 Annual Faculty Diversity Enhancement award at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The award program was developed by the UH Mānoa Commission on Diversity in order to recognize UH […]

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Aloha for Dr. Nanette Judd: Focusing on family

Dr. Nanette Judd is retiring at the end of 2010, and a lot of people are finding it difficult to say goodbye. The halls around the Department of Native Hawaiian Health will seem a lot emptier, according to Judd’s colleagues, who have watched her steer the Imi Hoʻola Post Baccalaureate Program with a steady hand […]

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