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January 6, 1951


JAMA. 1951;145(1):40-43. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920190042018


Dr. Corper to Retire.—  The National Jewish Hospital, Denver, announces the forthcoming retirement of Dr. Harry J. Corper, who for the past 30 years has been director of research. The research department of the hospital during this 30 year period has published many original investigations in the field of tuberculosis and has received numerous scientific awards, including the award from the Committee of Scientific Research of the American Medical Association, the Trudeau Medal of the National Tuberculosis Association, the Burdick Medal of the American Association of Clinical Pathologists and the Kober Medal of the American Association of Physicians. In recognition of the position that has been attained, the Board of Directors of the National Jewish Hospital propose to enlarge the facilities devoted to research. Plans are being developed for further recognition of Dr. Corper's outstanding services.


Bust of Carlos Finlay.—  The Cuban Government presented a bronze bust of

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