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August 1956

News and Comment

AMA Arch Ophthalmol. 1956;56(2):317-318. doi:10.1001/archopht.1956.00930040325016

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Abstract

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Fellowships in Ophthalmology.  —Twelve ophthalmologists throughout the nation will serve on committees to select recipients for the Residency Fellowships in Ophthalmology recently established by the Guild of Prescription Opticians, it has been announced by Galen B. Kilburn, of Atlanta, President of the Guild.They are Alson E. Braley, M.D., Iowa City; F. Phiniz M.D., houn Jr., M.D., Atlanta; David G. Cogan, M.D., Boston; Alfred J. Elliot, M.D., Toronto, Canada; R. M. Fasanella, M.D., New Haven, Conn.; R. E. Hannon, M.D., Cleveland; Michael J. Hogan, M.D., San Francisco; Frank W. Newell, M.D., Chicago; Shaler Richardson, M.D., Jacksonville, Fla.; Benjamin M. Rones, M.D., Washington, D.C.; Theodore E. Sanders, M.D., St. Louis; Harold Scheie, M.D., Philadelphia.The Guild offers six new Fellowships every year, one in each of six areas, with an $1800 stipend for the three-year residency.

Sixth Argentine Congress of Ophthalmology.  —The Executive Council of the Sixth Argentine Congress of Ophthalmology, constituted

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