Award in Psychiatry.
—At the 1951 meeting of the American Psychiatric Association Dr. Jurgen Ruesch, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of California School of Medicine, and his associates at the Langley Porter Clinic, Robert E. Harris, Ph.D., Carole Christiansen, M.A., Martin B. Loeb, B.A., Sally Dewees, M.S., and Dr. Annemarie Jacobson, were honored by receiving the Hofheimer Award for research in psychiatry. The prize was awarded for a sociopsychological study of duodenal ulcer. The results of the inquiry were published in book form by the University of California Press in 1948.
University Medical Center.
—The nucleus of a medical center, which will help bring California's medical education and research facilities more in line with the state's population growth, is under construction by the University of California at San Francisco. The new units of the medical center will cost about $22,630,000. The state legislature has appropriated $20,730,000 for
MEDICAL NEWS. JAMA. 1951;146(8):737–742. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670080045018
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