Author Archive: Tina Shelton
Saguna Verma will research how the Zika virus infection in men makes them susceptible to transmit the virus to their sexual partners, even though they may appear symptom-free.
The Hawaiʻi Center for AIDS will lead discussions updating local efforts to prevent, treat and cure AIDS.
John A. Burns School of Medicine’s camp encourages students from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue careers in healthcare.
UH Professor Chien-Wen Tseng joins national task force which addresses topics that directly affect and improve the health of Americans.
The grant will support Kumar’s research on flavivirus infections—the leading cause to inflammation of the brain—tied to the West Nile, Japanese encephalitis, Zika and Dengue viruses.
Video created by JABSOM hopes to communicate the importance of empathy and to generate support for the Men’s March Against Violence.
Lishomwa Ndhlovu has been awarded two new grants from the National Institutes of Health to advance his strategy to cure HIV .
The John A. Burns School of Medicine has been selected to build state-of-the art pediatric clinical research networks in rural and medically underserved areas.
Honolulu Magazine’s “Top Doctors of Hawaiʻi,” includes 350 graduates or medical professors from the UH Mānoa medical school.
UH researchers identify a unique footprint in specific types of immune cells from blood that can identify individuals with HIV that have impairments in cognitive function.