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November 9, 1935

Government Services

JAMA. 1935;105(19):1532. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760450052018

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Award of the Wellcome Prize  Major Leon A. Fox, Medical Corps, U. S. Army, stationed at Baltimore, has been awarded the Sir Henry S. Wellcome Prize and Medal for 1935 for his work on field chlorination of water, Science reports. The award, a gold medal and a prize of $500, is made by the Association of Military Surgeons.

Course in Aviation Medicine  A course in aviation medicine for medical reserve officers was started at Cornell University Medical School, New York, September 1, to continue for six months under the direction of Lieut. Comdr. Julius F. Neuberger, medical corps, U. S. Navy. The practical work of the course is being given by Lieutenant Commander Neuberger at the headquarters of the third naval district, where all candidates for aviation in the U. S. Navy are examined. Lectures are being given by officers of the medical reserve corps who are professors or assistant

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