An important mission of the University of Hawai`i medical school is to nuture and educate physicians of Native Hawaiian Ancestry, because their ranks are small compared to the Native Hawaiian population of our state. Last month, new Native Hawaiian students graduating from JABSOM–Akolea Ioane, Sara Ku`ulei Miles, and Kenneth Ortiz–were celebrated at a Kīhei Ceremony, […]
Native Hawaiian faculty from various parts of the University of Hawai`i joined their voices in a special oli, or chant, to salute Dr. Kekuni Blaisdell, as he was presented an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa. Our video report (watch it directly above, or CLICK HERE), is edited and narrated by […]
Our second video from the John A. Burns School of Medicine MD Class of 2014 Convocation features light moments, touching times and lots of Aloha. Watch our report by UH Med Now Student Journalist Jeremy Nitta above, or directly at CONVOCATION2. Related Stories: Convocation: The Video (1) Transition to Clerkship 2012 […]
Epigenetics and epigenomics are big and somewhat unfamiliar words to many, but they are likely terms you will hear about more and more. Department of Native Hawaiian Health researcher and Assistant Professor Dr. Alika Maunakea’s studies are helping to ensure that happens. His research in the field, detailing a link between epigenomics and alternate promoter […]
Short height and long life have a direct connection in Japanese men, according to new research based on the Kuakini Honolulu Heart Program (HHP) and the Kuakini Honolulu-Asia Aging Study (HAAS). “We split people into two groups – those that were 5-foot-2 and shorter, and 5-4 and taller,” said Dr. Bradley Willcox, one of the […]
By Deborah Manog, UH Student Journalist Medical research at the University of Hawai`i Mānoa (UHM) aimed at preventing kidney disease in children is being recognized with a prestigious grant by the March of Dimes. The Basil O’Connor Starter Scholarship Research Award, presented to John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Researcher Ben Fogelgren, is worth […]
Hawai`i — a hub of international traffic, where there is an incredible convergence of cultural diversity from all parts of the world — is a natural place for scientific collaboration. The University of Hawai`i’s (UH) John A. Burns School of Medicine Department of Medical Technology capitalized on the opportunity to team up with its counterpart […]
The John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) at the University of Hawai`i Mānoa has moved up in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report lists of Best U.S. Medical Schools in both Primary Care and Research. JABSOM’s primary care program is ranked 57, jumping up nine places from 2014’s rankings, and research earns the 78th […]
Right here on campus, you can join classes and work out several times a week! See the flyers, linked below. Here’s the “rundown:” Monday 12:00pm – 01:00pm Zumba :: UHCC Health & Wellness Center 05:00pm – 07:30pm Ping Pong Club :: UHCC Health & Wellness Center 05:10pm – 06:30pm Qi Gong :: JABSOM MEB 314 […]
Ever wonder how many students are studying to become healthcare professionals through the University of Hawaii at Mānoa? Want to know how many of these students are local residents and how many of them are likely to stay in Hawai`i? The College of Health Sciences and Social Welfare at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa […]
The ceremony to introduce the Class of 2018 to the public — and to celebrate their journey into medicine — was filled with chicken-skin moments, with joy, and with inspirational speech. Our video includes highlights from the ceremony, in which the new MD students are “cloaked” in the waist-length white coats which they will wear […]
Our video is from the MD Commencement Portion of the Advanced Degrees Ceremony at the University of Hawai`i on May 17, 2014. Congratulations, Class of 2014! Direct link is at Commencement 2014. Video by Tina Shelton, Editing by Amanda Shell, UH Med Student Journalist.
The Class of 2018 is captured in one of the most joyful events sponsored by the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), the White Coat Ceremony. The ceremony marks the entry of the students into medical school at the University of Hawai`i. Each incoming student is “cloaked” with the waist-length white coat which identifies […]
Selected from 2,225 applicants, the 66 members of the MD Class of 2018 at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) were welcomed during a “White Coat Ceremony” on Friday, July 18 at the Roosevelt High School George Carter Auditorium. See the first of our videos, a quick introduction of the class, embedded above […]
Residents (MDs training in specialties at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) in partnership with Hawai`i medical centers) have a special shout-out for the MD students who have just joined the University of Hawai`i medical school. See the video directly on Vimeo at RESIDENTS.
Monday, July 14 was the first day of school for the John A. Burns School of Medicine’s newest class of MDs: the Class of 2018! A few of the new students stopped by to chat, and introduce themselves, and give shout-outs to their loved ones. The class includes students from all across America, and even […]