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Fellowship for Tropical Medicine Research
The trustees of the Beit memorial fellowships for medical research are considering the appointment of a fellow who shall devote his whole time to research in tropical medicine. The salary will be $5,000 a year, and the appointment will be for five years. If the research is conducted in the tropics, the passage money out and home will be paid, and a grant may be made for necessary laboratory expenses. Every fellow must be a person, man or woman, of European descent by both parents, but otherwise of any nationality whatever, who at the date of election shall have taken a degree in any faculty, in any university in the British Empire approved by the trustees, or, if a woman, have passed the examination that would have entitled her if a man to take any such degree. In exceptional cases the possession of a medical
LONDON. JAMA. 1926;87(21):1753–1755. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680210059024
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