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The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) is a national leader among medical colleges for the number of women faculty at the school.
According to the latest data from the American Association of Medical Colleges
UH Professor Marjorie Mau has become the first Native Hawaiian woman to be recognized with the title of master physician by the American College of Physicians.
Angel Yanagihara will take her expertise to Ireland to help fight effects of jellyfish blooms.
JABSOM’s annual internal giving campaign raised $948,576 in donations and pledges—almost three times the goal of the 2015 drive.
Dileep G. Bal honored with the American Medical Association’s Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service.
UH neurologist Beau Nakamoto receives $421,313 grant to develop novel imaging technique in HIV dementia.
Richard Kekuni Blaisdell, founding chair of the Department of Medicine at the UH Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine died of respiratory failure on February 12.
Queen’s Health Systems invests nearly $3 million for education and community programs to improve Native Hawaiian health.
New John A. Burns School of Medicine study discovers two genes can be substituted for Y chromosome in spermatogenesis and reproduction
Two-day John A. Burns School of Medicine conference focuses on the long-term impacts of concussion and repetitive head trauma.