Dorothy Temple Cross Fellowships in Tuberculosis


    THE Medical Research Council has made the following awards of Dorothy Temple Cross Fellowships for 1934-35, under the terms of the benefaction in that name for research fellowships in tuberculosis: Mr. W. S. Creer, Lady Jones Orthopaedic research fellow, University of Liverpool; Mr. A. W. Franklin, chief assistant to Children's Department, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London; Dr. P. D. A. Hart, assistant physician, University College Hospital, London; Mr. A. Landau, house physician, Brompton Hospital, London: Mr. A..H.-T. Robb-Smith, senior demonstrator of morbid anatomy, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. Mr. Robb-Smith's fellowship is tenable in Germany, the others at centres in the United States. In addition, the fellowship awarded last year to Dr. G. G. Kayne for work at centres in Europe has been renewed for a further period of six months.

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    Dorothy Temple Cross Fellowships in Tuberculosis. Nature 134, 59 (1934).

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