Interest in the ebola virus remains strong, especially among health workers, and those who will become health workers in the near future. Hawaiʻi Epidemiologist Dr. Sarah Park drew a classroom full of medical students when she spoke today at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Her talk, on the response to ebola, was sponsored […]
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The annual meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) was held in Honolulu this month, with more than 700 abstracts submitted by researchers and clinicians attending the meeting, including standouts from the Institute for Biogenesis Research (IBR) Monika Ward Lab, whose members are pictured above. Several JABSOM faculty and their staff and lab […]
First year medical student Trent Tamate is wearing a black with pink flowers-print halter dress to medical school today, and it’s all Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo’s fault. The dress is the agreed-upon “looser’s” penalty in an NFL Fantasy Football League that’s got 14 medical students in the MD Class of 2018 hoping more fervently […]
We’ve got a new video posted of Halloween 2014, by UH Med student journalist Amanda Shell. See it on VIMEO. On October 31, 2014 the first and second-year medical students at the John A. Burns School of Medicine took a break from their studies because they were just “too ghoul for school.” In the spirit […]
Dean Jerris Hedges gave the Hawai`i Independent Physicians Association an overview of the John A. Burns School of Medicine’s missions — education, job-training, research, community outreach and patient care — during a presentation on October 15. See the full webinar presentation at Dean’s IPA Presentation.
When Japanese exchange students came to study at the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Program at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), they made quite an impression. A visual one! The students wore traditional costumes in a pageant of color and style, as they shared cultural stories with the CSD students in Honolulu. […]