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May 29, 1937

Medical News

JAMA. 1937;108(22):1895-1900. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780220053017

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Changes in the Faculty.—  Dr. Philip B. Armstrong, assistant professor of anatomy at Cornell University Medical College, New York, has been appointed professor of anatomy at the University of Alabama School of Medicine to succeed Dr. Franklin S. DuBois, who has accepted a fellowship at the Mayo Foundation. Dr. Armstrong graduated from Cornell in 1926. Other changes are: Dr. Oscar O. Christianson, associate in pathology, Cook County Hospital, and instructor in pathology at Rush Medical College, Chicago, will succeed Dr. Cornelius S. Hagerty as assistant professor of bacteriology and pathology when he leaves at the end of the session to engage in private practice in Chicago. Dr. Ben Neely Miller has been appointed to succeed Dr. Wallace S. Marshall as instructor in physiologic chemistry. Dr. Marshall will enter the practice of medicine in Wisconsin with his father. Dr. John H. Ferguson, associate professor of physiology and pharmacology since 1935,

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