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January 25, 1930

Association News

JAMA. 1930;94(4):269. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02710300041016

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Abstract

THE DETROIT SESSION 

Special Exhibit on Fresh Pathology in the Scientific Exhibit—Guest Demonstrators  Announcement is made of the appointment of the Committee on Fresh Pathology Exhibit for the 1930 session of the American Medical Association. The committee consists of Drs. A. L. Amolsch, assistant professor of pathology, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, Detroit; O. A. Brines, pathologist, Public Welfare Commission, City of Detroit; Joseph Casper, pathologist, Herman Kiefer Hospital, Detroit; J. E. Davis, director of pathology department, Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, Detroit; P. L. Morse, pathologist, Harper Hospital, Detroit; Clarence I. Owen, director of laboratories, Grace Hospital, Detroit; Max Pinner, pathologist, William H. Maybury Sanatorium, Northville, Mich.; and C. V. Weller, professor of pathology, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich. Dr. Frank W. Hartman, pathologist and director of laboratories, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, has consented to accept the appointment of chairman of this committee.The

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