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Rockefeller Travelling Fellowships in Medicine

    Naturevolume 140page61 (1937) | Download Citation

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    THE Medical Research Council has awarded Rockefeller fellowships to the following for the academic year 1937–38: D. L. C. Bingham, clinical tutor, Surgical Outpatient Department, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh ; E. G. L. Bywaters, assistant clinical pathologist, Middlesex Hospital, London ; P. R. Evans, registrar, Medical Diseases of Children, King's College Hospital, London ; J. G. Sclater, tutor in clinical medicine, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh ; Dr. E. F. Scowen, assistant director, Medical Professorial Unit, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London ; Dr. C. H. Stuart-Harris, Sir Henry Royce research fellow in influenza, London ; G. W. Hayward, resident medical officer, National Hospital for Diseases of the Heart, London. All these fellows propose to work at centres in the United States. In addition, the Rockefeller Foundation has awarded fellowships, on the recommendation of the Medical Research Council, to the following candidates in the special field of psychiatry, neurology and related subjects: Dr. E. W. Anderson, medical director, Cassel Hospital, Penshurst ; Dr. A. Kennedy, assistant medical officer, Maudsley Hospital, London ; A. S. Kerr, surgical registrar, Royal Infirmary, Liverpool ; Dr. D. J. Williams, resident medical officer, Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Maida Vale, London ; Dr. A. F. Rawdon-Smith, senior student, Royal Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851, working in the Psychological Laboratory, University of Cambridge. Dr. Anderson proposes to work in Germany, the others at centres in the United States.

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