Author Archive: Tina Shelton
SimTiki, the simulated patient lab at the UH Mānoa’s medical school became 1 of only 10 centers in the country accredited for research as well as teaching.
Nearly one-third of physicians practicing in Hawaiʻi right now are aged 60 or over.
UH Cancer Center and JABSOM trained researcher Felix Ikuomola looks to ocean to find a treatment
Paper authored by JABSOM duo reveals potentially lethal effect of blunt trauma to the chest.
John A. Burns School of Medicine professor Richard Yanagihara receives national award for work in expanding infectious disease research.
Anna Babakhanyan receives a award to study how HIV infection alters the acquisition and maintenance of immunity to malaria in pregnant Kenyan women.
UH Mānoa researcher Marla Berry part of new the National Institutes of Health initiative to end gender bias in research.
John A. Burns School of Medicine Professor William Haning receives Hawaii Medical Association’s 2014 Physician of the Year award.
Increasing physical activity has prevented or delayed the development of Type 2 diabetes according to a national diabetes study.