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NOV. 21: Holiday Craft Fair and White Elephant Sale to Benefit JABSOM Homeless Medical Clinics

The HOME (Homeless Outreach and Medical Education) Project is collecting gently used items for the “White Elephant and Used book/DVD/video Sale” that will be part of the HOME for the Holidays Craft Fair on November 21, 2014. All proceeds will benefit the Hawai`i HOME Project. “White elephant items” can be dropped off in the lobby […]

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GIVING: The Will J. Henderson Aloha Fund will be Awarded Annually to Every First-Year Medical Student

President emeritus of The Queen’s Medical Center (1960-1986), and key player in the establishment of a four-year medical school in Hawai‘i, Will J. Henderson F.A.C.H.E., M.H.A., B.A. is now nurturing future physicians. Henderson has established the Will J. Henderson Aloha Fund at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine to […]

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UH Mānoa and UH Med Journalism Student WINS LabTV Award for Profile of JABSOM Scientist

Amanda Shell followed Dr. Angel Yanagihara into the pitch-black waters off Waikīkī at three in the morning, and her effort paid off. She has been named one of 12 semi-finalists in the Second LabTV Tribeca National Video Awards Contest, winning a $500 cash award. Shell’s achievement is akin to a rookie baseball player knocking the […]

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National Library of Medicine’s “NATIVE VOICES” Exhibit Opens at UH Medical School

The Native Voices Exhibition, is making its first-ever stop at a U.S. medical school. The exhibit is open through Jan. 2015 at the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine. Native Voices is from the U.S. National Library of Medicine and features insights into the healing traditions of Native Peoples, including Native Hawaiians. […]

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RESEARCH: Tropical Medicine Researcher First UH Student to Win Prestigious $25,000 Award

“I did not realize the extent of poverty, infectious disease and human suffering until my first trip to Cameroon,” said UH John A. Burns School of Medicine researcher Anna Babakhanyan. Anna Babakhanyan is the first University of Hawaiʻi John A. Burns School of Medicine Fellow to receive a prestigious national award from the American Society […]

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