Author Archive | Tina Shelton

VIDEO-The MD Class of 2013 reflects on the EVE of the match

Hear what it’s like to wait for the opening of an envelope to know your fate, as John A. Burns School of Medicine students prepare for Match Day 2013. The interviews, conducted on the eve of “Match Day” 2013, include fouth-year medical students Jaryd Yee, Anne Yoshizawa, Jennifer Thomas and Class President Krista Kiyosaki. “MATCH […]

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CLASS OF 2013 TO MATCH DAY: “Come on, already!”

“Match Day, Come on, already!” MD Class of 2013 President Krista Kiyosaki, of the University of Hawai`i Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), says the tension is getting old! Match Day is March 15, 2013, when our 4th year students—and those around the nation–learn where they’ve been “matched” into post-MD residency training. It’s […]

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“SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIPS:” 2013 Inter-Cultural Cancer (ICC) Hawai‘i-Pacific Regional Symposium Theme

The 2013 Intercultural Cancer Council (ICC) Hawai‘i-Pacific Regional Symposium brought educators and practitioners from Hawai`i and the US Affiliated Pacific Island jurisdictions (USAPI) to the University of Hawai`i Cancer Center’s Sullivan Conference Center on March 15 and 16 2013. The theme was building “Sustainable Partnerships” to reduce cancer and the non-communicable (NCD) health disparities which exist […]

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VIDEO: High-tech company based on University of Hawai‘i medical school research launches amid high interest

An early stage medical device company currently focused on motion-correction technologies for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), based on research developed by the University of Hawai‘i and its partners, announced today the successful completion of a $700,000 first round of venture financing and the resulting formal launch of KinetiCor Inc. KinetiCor’s vision is to bring razor-sharp […]

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RMATRIX UPDATE: National Science Foundation award for researcher Yi Zuo of UHM College of Engineering

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Yi Zuo, whose work is supported in part by the RMATRIX grant, has received the National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award. The CAREER Award, one of NSF’s most prestigious and competitive awards for junior researchers, recognizes those who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent […]

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