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The Society of Biological Psychiatry is offering three annual awards made possible by the A. E. Bennett Neuropsychiatric Research Foundation. The awards consist of first, second, and third prizes of $500, $250, and $100 for the three best research papers offered. Persons wishing further information may contact Harold E. Himwich, MD, chairman, Committee on Research Awards, Society of Biological Psychiatry, Galesburg State Research Hospital, Galesburg, Ill, 61401.The National Institutes of Health has granted $333.000 to Washington University, St. Louis, for a threeyear study of the uses of computers in the selective dissemination of medical data to researchers and practitioners, and for research and evaluation of methods of automated medical diagnoses and other patient-related procedures.Co-directors of the project are Richard A. Dammkoehler, associate provost for research and director of university Computing Facilities, and James M. Vanderplas, associate professor of psychology and associate director cf the university Computing
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