Pono Choices earns national award

Pono Choices earns national award

  • May 31, 2019
The Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs, selected Pono Choices, based in the College of Education's Center on Disability Studies, for a Maternal Child Health best practice award.
Līhuʻe roots inspire future doctor

Līhuʻe roots inspire future doctor

  • March 13, 2019
Elisabeth Young, a UH Mānoa senior medical student, is an aspiring doctor with the ultimate goal of returning to Kauaʻi to serve the community where people cared about each other so much.
Ebola vaccine developed by UH can withstand high heat

Ebola vaccine developed by UH can withstand high heat

  • February 22, 2019
Developed by UH Mānoa scientist Axel Lehrer, the vaccine remains viable in extreme heat conditions for several months, which is especially important where the disease outbreaks so far have begun in rural, spread-out areas of hot, dry West Africa.