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January 1934

The Harvey Lectures. Delivered Under the Auspices of the Harvey Society of New York, 1931-1932. Series XXVII.

Arch NeurPsych. 1934;31(1):219. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1934.02250010231024

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The Harvey Lectures, which are given under the auspices of the Harvey Society, have since 1903 occupied a very important position, for practically all of the lectures given have been delivered by men of international reputation and on topics in which the lecturers have been distinguished. The twenty-seventh series of lectures bears tribute to this. From the neurologic standpoint, Dr. E. D. Adrian, the winner of this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine, lectured on "The Messages in Sensory Nerve Fibres." This work has been published under the guidance of Graham Lusk, who died on July 18, 1932. Like most successful societies, it was entirely due to the work of one man, in this instance, Dr. Lusk.

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