Beit Memorial Fellowships for Medical Research


    IN announcing the awards made this year of Beit Memorial Fellowships for Medical Research, the trustees state that they were influenced by a special desire to promote research in relation to mental disease. The following elections were made, the subject and place of the proposed investigation being indicated after the name: Fourth Year Fellowships (£500 per annum): Mr. R. Hill, to continue his research on the properties of haemoglobin and cyto-chrome (Dunn Institute of Biochemistry and Molteno Institute, Cambridge); Dr. L. H. Stickland, to continue work on the metabolism of the strictly anaerobic bacteria of the genus Clostridium (Dunn Institute of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge). Junior Fellowships (£400 per annum): Dr. S. Zuckerman, experimental study in animals of the neurovascular control of reproductive functions (Department of Human Anatomy, University of Oxford); Mr. H. W.

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    Beit Memorial Fellowships for Medical Research. Nature 134, 136 (1934).

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