PHOTOSTREAMS: Hawai`i’s newest physicians have academically out-scored their U.S. peers, come from the most diverse medical school in America

“In a way, MD stands for Mom and Dad,” is how one of our graduates put it, at the John A. Burns School of Medicine’s Convocation Ceremony. The 2012 event, celebrating our new physician graduates — now alumni– was on Mother’s Day, at the University of Hawaii Manoa Kennedy Theater.  The new MDs, the Class of […]

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RESEARCH: Student published in medical journal before gaining degree

Katherine Gelber will graduate from the University of Hawai`i’s medical school on May 12, 2012 as an already published researcher. Gelber was lead author in an article accepted by the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics last August. Katherine’s faculty mentor and co-author on the paper, Dr. Yusuke Marikawa, couldn’t be more pleased. Katherine spent […]

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“Yana” receives Pioneer in Reproduction Research Leadership Award

Professor Emeritis Ryuzo “Yana” Yanagimachi,  the University of Hawai`i Manoa (UHM) researcher who laid the scientific foundation for lab-assisted human reproduction, is the 2012 recipient of the Pioneer in Reproduction Research Leadership Award. The honor recognizes an outstanding scientist who has pioneered pathways of exploration in reproduction research. “Yana”, in his typical modest fashion, responded to the scientists […]

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STUDENTS & DIVERSITY: Kīhei Ceremony symbolizes journey to honored role of physician for Native Hawaiians in Class of 2012

The University of Hawai`i’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) is especially proud that it is the nation’s only accredited medical school with a clinical department dedicated to the health of an indigenous people of the U.S.–Native Hawaiians. A unique annual ceremony, the Kīhei Ceremony, honors the achievement and commitment of our kauka ‘ōpio […]

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