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May 15, 1926


JAMA. 1926;86(20):1563. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670460071019

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The Leonardo Bianchi Foundation  In recognition of the work of Prof. Leonardo Bianchi, senator, as instructor in neurology and psychiatry, a fund has been collected with which to establish at the University of Naples a biennial Bianchi prize, to be awarded to the medical graduate who submits the best work on neuropsychology.

The Crusade Against Malaria  The municipality of Rome and the Rockefeller Foundation will cooperate in creating in Rome an institute for the study of malaria in Italy, and particularly in the Agro Romano. The institute will be housed in the Palazzo della Farnesina, and will comprise a department for biologic study, an exhibit of sanitary engineering, a library with modern literature on malaria, and a propaganda department for the demonstration of various systems and installations employed in the crusade against malaria. The governor of Rome has arranged with lessees and owners of land in the Agro Romano to

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