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Theodore M. King, MD, assistant professor of obstetrics and physiology at the University of Missouri, has been named a "Macy Faculty Fellow in Obstetrics," one of ten physicians in the United States to be so honored this year.The awards are presented by the Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation of New York to outstanding young physicians in academic obstetrics.A grant of $45,000 for a three-year period accompanies the fellowship.William H. Tooley, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, and Robert W. Winters, MD, professor of pediatrics, Columbia University, have been named recipients of the American Academy of Pediatrics 1966 E. Mead Johnson Awards.Dr. Tooley received the award for his significant contributions to the study of pulmonary arterial blood flow in infants and children.Dr. Winters was selected for his contributions to the understanding of abnormalities related to the biochemical and physiological
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