Rockefeller Travelling Fellowships in Medicine


    THE following Rockefeller travelling fellowships in medicine have been awarded by the Medical Research Council for the academic year 1938–39: R. R. Bomford, assistant physician, London Hospital ; T. Colver, outpatient medical registrar, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London ; R. M. Heggie, assistant lecturer in pathology and bacteriology, Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff ; Ian MacKenzie, assistant surgeon, St. Giles's Hospital, London ; Dr. G. G. E. Smyth, Dickinson research scholar, National Hospital, Queen Square, London ; Ivor G. Williams, senior assistant radiotherapist, Meyerstein Institute of Radiotherapy, Middlesex Hospital. All these fellows propose to work at centres in the United States, with the exception of Dr. Smyth, who intends to study in Paris. Dr. Williams will hold his fellowship for six months only. In addition, the Rockefeller Foundation has awarded similar fellowships, on the recommendation of the Medical Research Council, to the following candidates in the special field of psychiatry, neurology and related subjects, all of whom are from the Maudsley Hospital, London: T. R. C. Fraser, W. W. Sargant, and M. J. F. McArdle.

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    Rockefeller Travelling Fellowships in Medicine. Nature 142, 286 (1938).

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