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“Hawaii 5-0″ filming makes for exciting day around campus

Employees and visitors to the University of Hawai`i’s John A. Burns School of Medicine heard (and saw!) a car chase, ear-splitting rapid-fire machine gun blasts, shouts and an explosion, as the crew and cast of “Hawaii 5-0″ filmed intense, high-action scenes on Ilalo Street outside near the campus on Thursday, July 12. The show is […]

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The baby is waiting — and so are the rest of us!

The 66 members of the medical doctor class of 2016 have begun orientation at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). In the days before they arrived,  it seemed as though even the robotic baby patient in the Sim Tiki Center couldn’t wait for them to arrive. Students, you have just begun four years […]

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Independence Day: Those on hospital ships serve, too

On Independence Day, our thoughts inevitably turn to those who bravely risked treason to form the United States in 1776 and to those who have served our nation ever since in our armed forces. That includes a part of the service we don’t always see being celebrated, but whose steady humanitarian work around the world […]

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American Statistical Association (ASA) Executive Director talks about promoting the practice and profession of statistics at UH JABSOM

The National Executive Director of the American Statistical Association (ASA), Ron Wasserstein, PhD, was the honored guest speaker for a well-attended special seminar at JABSOM on June 27, 2012. The seminar was jointly sponsored by John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Biostatistics & Data Management Core (BDMC) and the ASA Hawai`i Chapter. After giving […]

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VIDEO-Ruling Reaction: One medical student’s view

Jihey Yuk is in her third year of studying medicine at the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine.  A 2003 graduate of Pearl City High School who attended the University of California-Davis for her undergraduate degree, she is interested in primary care medicine–most likely a combination of Family Medicine and Psychiatry. She […]

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