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Medical News
June 29, 1964

Miscellanea edica

JAMA. 1964;188(13):38. doi:10.1001/jama.1964.03060390086049

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Abstract

Arthur J. Lewis, MD, has been appointed to head a graduate teaching program in clinical pharmacology at the Temple University School of Medicine. In his new position, Lewis will help develop both the graduate and undergraduate training program and related research projects. The program is being created at Temple with the assistance of a grant from the Smith Kline and French Foundation which will provide $42,300 for the first year of operation. Lewis is presently assistant dean and assistant professor of medicine at the Seton Hall College of Medicine in Jersey City, NJ. He will hold a dual appointment at Temple as associate professor in both the departments of medicine and pharmacology.

E. Croft Long, MD, and Herbert O. Sieker, MD, have been appointed to the Duke University School of Medicine as assistant deans. Long will become assistant dean for medical student affairs and Sieker for coordination of educational affairs.

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