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John A. Burns School of Medicine

NIH funds five-year expansion of health disparities

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii’s multidisciplinary research into why some of Hawaii’s residents live the longest while others struggle to get beyond their 50’s will continue under the leadership of John A. Burns School of Medicine Dean Jerris Hedges, MD. The $15.4 million, five-year renewal comes on the heels of a successful foundation laid […]

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Hopes among members of the MD Class of 2014

The eve of the 2014 Match from UHMed on Vimeo. (Video courtesy of Video by Tina Shelton, Deborah Manog and Amanda Shell) Special to Hawaii 24/7 After of the 2014 Match Day, MD students at the University of Hawaii who graduate this year talk about their feelings leading up to the Match, and their expectations. […]

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$18.4M to fund statewide research, education partnership

MEDIA RELEASE The John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) on the UH Manoa campus has been awarded $18.4 million over five years for a Hawaii Statewide Research and Education Partnership (HISREP) under the IDeA Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) program at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. Principal Investigator is Dr. Robert […]

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‘White Coat Ceremony’ welcomes MD Class of 2017

MEDIA RELEASE High school sports fans: We’ve got you covered, as a new class of aspiring physicians enters the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. We’ve got Red Raiders from Kahuku and Kauai, and Warriors from Waiakea and Kamehameha. We’ve also got Vikings, Tigers, Trojans, Cougars, Falcons, […]

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UH graduates 55 new MDs

Hilo native Krista Kiyosaki finishes doctor training as class president

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Medical students set to begin residency training

MEDIA RELEASE Can you owe more than $104,000 in educational debt and still be ecstatic? Yes, you can! Relief, along with ecstasy was in the air Friday at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), as members of the MD Class of 2013 opened the secret envelopes that revealed where they have been accepted […]

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Gift bolsters only Hawaii program to train heart specialists

MEDIA RELEASE There is good news on several fronts for Hawaii residents in the fight against heart disease, the state’s leading cause of death. The developments include a generous monetary gift, an impressive accreditation and – soon – brand new, locally trained cardiologists to treat patients in Hawaii. Local philanthropist and businesswoman Judith Dion Pyle […]

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Big Island students entering the John A. Burns School of Medicine. (Photo courtesy of UH)

Eight Big Isle students enter medical school

Three of the doctor candidates graduated from Waiakea High School

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Brian Imada, Karra Imoto complete Imi Hoola program, receive automatic entrance into JABSOM

Two isle students accepted to UH medical school

Brian Imada, Karra Imoto complete Imi Hoola program, receive automatic entrance into JABSOM

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Most 'Best Doctors in Hawaii' are UH alumni

Most ‘Best Doctors in Hawaii’ are UH alumni

MEDIA RELEASE More than three-fourths of the physicians identified as Hawaii’s “Best Doctors” are alumni and/or faculty of the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). The annual “Best Doctors” list is determined by the doctors themselves, through a survey in which physicians are asked, “If you or a loved […]

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Evans joins UH Foundation

Evans joins UH Foundation

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii Foundation has announced Elaine Evans has joined the UH Foundation as the director of development and alumni engagement at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). In this new position, Evans will engage JABSOM alumni and build philanthropic support among them. For the past eight years, Evans has […]

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UH awarded $1.4M to fight youth suicide

UH awarded $1.4M to fight youth suicide

MEDIA RELEASE With rates of youth suicide in Hawaii on the rise in the last decade, the University of Hawaii Manoa medical school has been awarded $1.4 million to intervene as early as possible in childrens’ lives to prevent suicide. A measure of how serious Hawaii’s problem has become, the medical school’s three-year award is […]

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Twelve aspiring doctors begin Imi Hoola Program

Twelve aspiring doctors begin Imi Hoola Program

MEDIA RELEASE Twelve new students at the University of Hawaii Manoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) have entered the Class of 2011-12 in the Imi Hoola Post-Baccalaureate Program, one of the most successful programs in the country to promote diversity in medicine. This year’s incoming class includes three students from the Big Island […]

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UH graduates 63 new MDs

UH graduates 63 new MDs

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine graduated 63 new doctors this weekend, including two from the Big Island. Class highlights: Parents of UH students earn less than parents of students at any other medical school in the country. (Median family income: $85,000.) In-state tuition for 2011-2012 is $29,184 per […]

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