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October 13, 1945

Medical News

JAMA. 1945;129(7):524-525. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860410040016

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Dr. Graves Honored.—  On September 14 the faculty of the Medical College of Alabama, Birmingham, gave a farewell dinner in honor of Dr. Stuart Graves, who is now dean emeritus and professor of pathology emeritus, and Mrs. Graves. Dr. Ralph McBurney, professor of bacteriology, and oldest full time professor on the Tuscaloosa school faculty in point of service, was toastmaster. Dr. Graves, who was presented with a gold mounted fountain pen and pencil set, will not end his work in medical education with the transfer of the faculty of students of the School of Basic Medical Sciences to the Birmingham school. Although approaching the age of retirement he will continue to occupy an office on the ground floor of Nott Hall, which is being remodeled and renovated for the department of biology. He will act as director of admissions for the Medical College of Alabama and as adviser to

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