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July 1942

News and Comment

Arch NeurPsych. 1942;48(1):128. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1942.02290070138011

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FIFTEENTH GRADUATE FORTNIGHT, NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE  The fifteenth Graduate Fortnight of the New York Academy of Medicine will be held in New York, Oct. 12 to 23, 1942. The subject will be "Disorders of the Nervous System."The program includes morning panel discussions, afternoon clinics, evening lectures, scientific exhibits and demonstrations. The morning panel discussions will be held Tuesday and Friday of each week, at which questions relating to papers of the evening sessions will be discussed by a panel of invited authorities. A number of hospitals of the city will present clinical programs, in which distinguished clinicians from other staffs may participate.Speakers at the evening lectures will include Drs. Timothy Leary, D. Denny-Brown, William Cone, E. Jefferson Browder, Edward A. Strecker, Harold G. Wolff, Donald Munro, Joseph E. J. King, Gilbert Horrax, Frank B. Walsh, Byron P. Stookey, Francis C. Grant, Stanley Cobb, Tracy J. Putnam,