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THE AMERICAN BOARD OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY
At a meeting of the American Board of Neurological Surgery held in St. Louis. Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, 1941, the following diplomates were certified:George S. Baker, Rochester, Minn.; Roland T. Bellows, Charlotte, N. C.; Spencer Braden, Cleveland; Howard A. Brown, San Francisco; Harold F. Buchstein, Minneapolis; Arthur D. Ecker, Syracuse, N. Y.; James Greenwood Jr., Houston, Texas; Lester B. Lawrence, Oakland, Calif.; Richard U. Light, Kalamazoo, Mich.; William Rutledge Lipscomb, Denver; Augustus McCravey, Fort Bragg, N. C.; John M. Meredith, Richmond, Va.; Lester A. Mount, New York; Frederick L. Reichert, San Francisco; Robert C. L. Robertson, Houston, Texas; Adrien Verbrugghen, Chicago; James W. Watts, Washington, D. C.; Walter R. Wegner, Boston, and Wilfrid D. Wingebach, New York.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF FELLOWSHIPS: THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR MENTAL HYGIENE
A limited number of fellowships are being offered for training in extramural and child psychiatry. Initial
News and Comment. Arch NeurPsych. 1941;46(6):1078–1079. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1941.02280240133010
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