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March 1949

News and Comment

Arch NeurPsych. 1949;61(3):313-316. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1949.02310090088008

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THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NEUROLOGY  The American Academy of Neurology has been established to further and encourage the practice of clinical neurology and to stimulate teaching and research in neurology and allied sciences.Active membership in the Academy is open to every physician who has been certified in neurology or in both neurology and psychiatry. Junior membership is available to physicians presently engaged in postgraduate studies in neurology or who are awaiting certification in neurology. In addition, there is an associate membership for those who are not certified in neurology but whose interests are in fields related to neurology. It is hoped that, because of the unrestricted membership, this association will be representative of the entire specialty of neurology and will offer an organ of expression for many of the younger men in the field. The American Academy of Neurology at present has 500 members. The first business meeting was