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July 7, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;103(1):49-53. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750270051018

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ALABAMA 

Changes at the University.—  Dr. John Howard Ferguson, recently of Yale University, has been named assistant professor of physiology and pharmacology at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, succeeding Dr. Gene H. Kistler, who is transferring to the department of pathology and bacteriology as associate professor. Albert Sydney Harris, Ph.D., Banks, has been appointed instructor in physiology and pharmacology. Dr. Kistler recently received the Joseph A. Capps Prize of $500, awarded by the Institute of Medicine of Chicago.

Society News.—  Dr. Jay Arthur Myers, Minneapolis, addressed the annual meeting of the Alabama Tuberculosis Association, April 17, on "The Child and the Tuberculosis Problem."—Dr. Howard R. Mahorner, New Orleans, spoke before the Alabama Academy of Science at Mobile, recently, on "Etiology of Goiter."—Dr. Roscoe C. Stewart, Sylacauga, was elected president of the Alabama Hospital Association at its annual meeting, recently; Dr. Charles N. Carraway, Birmingham, and Carl A. Grote,

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