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April 14, 1956


JAMA. 1956;160(15):1342. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02960500072018

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Career Opportunities.—  Fort Detrick at Frederick, Md., has published a list of vacancies in positions requiring medical officers in internal medicine and pathology and bacteriologists, medical and general. The internist desired would be civil service, grade GS-15, at a salary of $11,610 per annum. He would serve as chief of a division responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating a program for the development and improvement of vaccines, toxoids, and immunological methods and a program of medical care, laboratory examination, and prophylaxis for personnel whose work involves exposure to occupational diseases peculiar to the work at the fort. The pathologist desired would be grade GS-14 at a salary of $10,320 per annum, and he would plan and conduct research on pathological, physiological, and chemical aspects of reactions between the host and agent. Qualified persons interested should forward a résumé or federal government application form 57, plus listing of college courses

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