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GRADUATE CONGRESS IN NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY
Graduate courses in neurology and psychiatry are offered by Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and cooperating institutes, beginning Oct. 2, 1933. These courses are designed for graduate medical students. In addition to the clinical survey they aim to cover, in part, the sociologic and educational fields. They are so arranged as to meet the desire of applicants feeling the need of further knowledge in these branches. Among the sources of clinical material are the psychiatric and neurologic outpatient departments of the Vanderbilt Clinic, the Montefiore Hospital, the Psychiatric Institute and Hospital and the Neurological Institute of New York. The courses consist of lectures, lectures with laboratory work, lectures with demonstrations, laboratory courses, demonstrations and practical clinical courses.During the first ten weeks of the academic year beginning Oct. 2, 1933, and ending Dec. 8, 1933, there will be a series of courses