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July 17, 1948

Medical News

JAMA. 1948;137(12):1068-1070. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890460064015

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COLORADO 

Course in Electroencephalography.—  A twelve week graduate course in electroencephalography will be given three times annually starting the first Monday in September, December and March at the Colorado University Medical Center, Denver. It is open to graduates of medical schools approved by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals who have had at least one year of training in physiology, neurology or psychiatry. The trainees will devote three months in the electroencephalography laboratory of the Colorado Psychopathic Hospital, Denver, and associated laboratories. The number of trainees who can be accommodated will be limited. Tuition is $125. Inquiries are to be directed to Dr. Ewald W. Busse, Director of Electroencephalography Department, Colorado University Medical Center, Denver.

ILLINOIS 

Public Health Appointments.—  Dr. Henrietta Herbolsheimer has been appointed medical administrative assistant to Dr. Roland R. Cross, director, Illinois Department of Public Health. A graduate of the University of Chicago School of Medicine, Dr. Herbolsheimer has been a member of the staff of the department for seven years. George K. Hendrix has

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