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(From Our Regular Correspondent)Aug. 10, 1935.
The Second International Neurological Congress
The second International Neurological Congress was held in London from July 29 to August 2. It was attended by 677 members from forty-two countries (almost all the civilized countries of the world), about sixty members coming from the United States. The chief officials were Dr. Gordon Holmes, F.R.S., president; Dr. S. A. Kinnier Wilson, secretary general; Dr. Macdonald Critchley and Dr. E. A. Carmichael, assistant secretaries; Dr. Anthony Feiling, treasurer; Dr. Bernard Sachs and Sir C. S. Sherrington, honorary presidents. The congress met in seven sections, for which ample accommodation was provided at University College, and nearly 300 papers were presented. The arrangements were excellent except that the time limit for papers was not always observed, with the result that some papers were crowded out. The mornings were devoted to discussions on selected subjects, which began with
Foreign Letters. JAMA. 1935;105(10):809–814. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760360057019