July 15, 1944

Medical News

JAMA. 1944;125(11):800-803. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850290040015

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Personal.—  Dr. James W. MacQueen, medical director of the Hillman Hospital, Birmingham, has been appointed in charge of the Hillman and Jefferson hospitals. Dr. MacQueen, who had been superintendent of the Hillman Hospital, was named to the new position when both county hospitals were merged. —Dr. Elisha M. Moore, Livingston, has been appointed health officer of Autauga County.


William Greulich Named Professor of Anatomy.—  William Walter Greulich, who received his doctor of philosophy degree at Stanford University in 1934, has been appointed professor of anatomy there, effective at the start of the summer quarter. Since 1940 Dr. Greulich has been professor of physical anthropology and anatomy and director of the Brush Foundation at Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland.

New School of Veterinary Medicine.—  The University of California plans to establish a school of veterinary medicine at Davis. Appropriation of $500,000 has been made by the legislature

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