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ALBERT HEYMAN, MD, professor of neurology at Duke University Medical Center has been awarded a $55,-000 grant for research in cerebral vascular disease. The three-year grant, sponsored jointly by the United States Public Health Service and the Veterans Administration, is designated specifically to help establish a research center at Duke and at the Durham (NC) Veterans Hospital.Dr. Heyman is project director for the research. Assistant project director is HOWARD THOMPSON, MD, an associate in medicine.A National Institutes of Health research grant has been awarded to RICHARD H. EGDAHL, MD, professor and chairman of the Department of Surgery, Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Egdahl's research, supported by the five-year, $276,000 grant, is entitled "Mechanisms of Adrenal and Pancreatic Islet Activation."The JOSEPH C. HINSEY Professor ship of Anatomy has been established by Cornell University Medical College in honor of the man who for 11 years served
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