Author Archive: Tina Shelton
Researchers at UH Mānoa, Kuakini Medical Center the U.S. Veterans Affairs report that short height and long life have a direct connection in Japanese men.
John A. Burns School of Medicine researcher Ben Fogelgren is recipient of $150,000 funding grant.
John A. Burns School of Medicine second-year medical student Brandyn Dunn was awarded the 2014 Excellence in Public Health Award.
The John A. Burns School of Medicine moved up in the 2014 U.S. News and World Report lists of Best U.S. Medical Schools in both primary care and research.
The educational video, The Science of the Sting, features Angel Yanagihara’s research program on the box jelly and a discussion of her experience as a research scientist.
The John A. Burns School of Medicine was awarded $57 million in grants and contracts during fiscal year 2013.
As part of the John A. Burns School of Medicine’s WISH Program, care home residents and medical students become year-long companions.
The UH Mānoa Communication Sciences and Disorders Department has received the longest accreditation in its history.
Researchers uncover a genetic explanation for why Filipino women in the state have a higher chance of delivering their babies before full term.
UH scientists have found that a commercially available dengue detection kit bests the former “gold standard” test by producing results in under five hours.