Author Archive: Tina Shelton
JABSOM’s Axel Lehrer shares preliminary test results for a promising Ebola vaccine being developed to retain effectiveness without refrigeration.
A study by UH Mānoa’s Linda Chang shows people with a specific variant of the apolipoprotein-E gene are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.
UH research supports progressive and comprehensive telehealth legislation.
The JABSOM students earned their admission letters by completing the rigorous preparatory curriculum of the ʻImi Hoʻōla program.
Work on a Zika vaccine at the John A. Burns School of Medicine begins as application to import live virus approved.
Genes that can sense temperature and acidity are among those shared between humans and corals.
UH Mānoa Associate Professor Jill Omori honored with the Hawaiʻi Women Lawyers’ Distinguished Service Award for the H.O.M.E. Project.
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.