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January 4, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;60(1):58-64. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340010060023

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Personal  —Dr. Raymond Dodge, professor of psychology in Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., has been appointed consulting experimental psychologist at the Nutrition Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution and has had a special laboratory equipped for his work.—Dr. Laura Health Hills, Willimantic, is reported to be ill with diphtheria.—Dr. J. Hobart Egbert, Willimantic, hospital inspector for the United States Government in South and Central America, has accepted the position of chief medical officer of the Colombia Division of the United Fruit Company, with headquarters at Santa Maria. —Dr. W. G. Steadman, Southington, is reported ill with typhoid.—Dr. JJoseph M. Flint has been appointed chief surgeon of the New Haven Hospital.—Dr. WWilliam F. Verdi has resigned from the staff of the New Haven Hospital to become chief oof staff of the St. Raphael Hospital, New Haven.

Hunt Memorial Library Dedicated.  —The new library addition to the Hunt Memorial, the building of the

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