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Meet the Former Marine Becoming at Biologist on the GI BILL

Patriots populate our medical school at all levels–those who have worn the military uniform of the United States include current faculty, staff and students. Meet one of them, taking advantage of his GI Bill benefits to attend the University of Hawai`i and become a biologist! Direct video link at PATRIOT. Mahalo to Johnathan Cruce and […]

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Welcome to our new RESIDENTS and FELLOWS! Brand-new MDs are on the Job NOW in Hawai`i under UH Med Supervision

What a great group we’ve got of MD Residents and Interns who gathered at the annual old-school “Social” for the new year in the John A. Burns School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Program! Congratulations to Dean Jerris Hedges, Designated Institutional Official Dr. Naleen Andrade, Hawai`i Residency Programs, Inc. CEO Richard Philpott, Associate Dean for […]

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You know it’s TRANSITION to Clerkship When…

The week of Transition to Clerkship is a great metaphor for all of medical school at the University of Hawai’i. You jump right in, knowing that no matter what, your fellow students always have your back. (See our embedded slideshow by UH Med Student Journalist Amanda Shell directly at TRANSITIONS .) The medical students in […]

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VIDEO: A Campus “Wedding” for two MD Sweethearts

By Jeremy Nitta and Amanda Shell, UH Med Student Journalism Students On May 7, 2014, Drs. Shane Morita and Jaimie Tom, both graduates of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), held celebrated the renewal of their marriage vows on the Kaka`ako campus of the University of Hawai`i medical school. It’s the first “wedding” […]

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MD Class of 2018: The first 8 are `Imi Ho`ōla Grads!

The first members of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) MD Class of 2018 are in the house! The very first on board are eight young people who completed the `Imi Ho`ōla (“Those who seek to heal”) Post-Baccalaureate Program on June 17. They include college graduates who hail from Hilo, Wai`ane, Waialua, Honolulu, […]

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