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May 1928


Arch NeurPsych. 1928;19(5):909. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1928.02210110163008

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At the suggestion of the council of the American Neurological Association, letters have been sent to the leading neurologists throughout the world for a proposed International Neurological Congress to be held in 1931. The proposition has been greeted with enthusiasm, and favorable replies have been received from many countries. Further announcement of the place and date of the meeting, with the subjects for discussion and the organization of the congress, will be published later.

The American committee consists of the following physicians: Bernard Sachs, M.D., New York, chairman; Charles L. Dana, M.D., New York; Frederick Tilney, M.D., New York; Theodore H. Weisenburg, M.D., Philadelphia, and Henry Alsop Riley, M.D., New York, secretary.