Medical training in rural communities of Hawai`i is going the distance–and faculty and staff of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) are personally funding some of the expansion. From their own pockets, JABSOM `ohana gave $178,878 in the recently completed 2012 “JABSOM Internal Giving Campaign.” This year, 285 faculty and staff — including […]
Researchers at the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) are finding that the consumption of most types of local fish by pregnant women is not likely to harm a baby’s development. In fact, Dr. Marla Berry, Chair of JABSOM Cellular and Molecular Biology, believes avoiding fish short-changes mom and baby on […]
Students in the interest groups for Family Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology were among those helping to raise money to fight breast cancer on Friday, October 5 at the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). Pink-tinted goodies and ice cream sundaes were on sale in the Kulia Grill for JABSOM’s Breast […]
(Story archived after 11/28/12) Medical students in the Global Health Interest Group (GHIG) at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) invite you to wear RED on November 28, for UH Mānoa’s run-up to WORLD AIDS DAY. There are events planned which you are invited to attend as well. The GHIG event is an […]
You will bear-ly be able to restrain yourself, as you howl with laughter and joy at the annual JABSOM Halloween Costume Contest. It’s Too Ghoul for School! The best, most creative medical students (and faculty and staff) on the planet make the event colorful, fun and even thought-provoking. Our participants have some of the most […]
Containers were parked in the medical school’s Lot C this week for UH Manoa’s part of the annual statewide e-Waste Recycling effort. This video report is from UH System News. (Note: For web display purposes, this story is archived as 10/1/12, but the events were actually on Oct. 25 and 26, 2012).