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Dorothy Temple Cross Research Fellowships in Tuberculosis

Nature volume 131, page 616 (29 April 1933) | Download Citation



THE Dorothy Temple Cross research fellowships in tuberculosis for the academic year 1933–1934 will shortly be awarded by the Medical Research Council, and applications should be lodged with the Council not later than June 1. The object of these fellowships is to give special opportunities for study and research to persons “intending to devote themselves to the advancement by teaching or research of curative or preventive treatment of tuberculosis in all or any of its forms”. Candidates must be British subjects and must possess suitable medical, veterinary or scientific qualifications. The fellowships will preferably be awarded for projected studies or inquiries outside Great Britain. They will be awarded for one year as a rule, and are of the annual value of not less than £350. It may also be possible to award a senior fellowship of considerably greater value for an intensive study of some particular problem of tuber culosis at a chosen centre in another country. Further particulars are obtainable from the Secretary, Medical Research Council, 38, Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.1.

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