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April 10, 1926


JAMA. 1926;86(15):1143-1144. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670410039020

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Endowment of Research at the London Hospital  It has been decided to devote the gift of $250,000 recently made to the London Hospital by an anonymous donor for the endowment of research into the causes of disease to paying salaries to research workers, "so that men and women may have more opportunity of taking up research as a life work and not simply as a stop-gap until some more lucrative branch of medicine is opened to them." The following dispositions have been made: 1. An annual scholarship in pathology of $500 a year, open to students from Oxford and Cambridge. Selection is made by examination. It is hoped by this scholarship for junior men to keep in touch with those who have a leaning toward research; it gives such men an opportunity of showing their capacity in laboratories attached to a great hospital. 2. A research fellowship of $2,000 per

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