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September 1, 1951

NORWAY

JAMA. 1951;147(1):77. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670180083023
Abstract

New Chairs of Medicine and Surgery.  —In Oslo, the teaching of medical students has become increasingly dependent on institutions outside the old Rikshospital, particularly the Oslo City Hosptial, Ullevaal. In March, 1951, the title of professor was conferred on the heads of the chief departments at Ullevaal and on the head of the state asylum at Gaustad, Dr. Ørnulf Ødegaard. Dr. Ødegaard was born in 1901 and qualified as a doctor in 1925, becoming a doctor of medicine in 1933. He has been at the head of the Gaustad asylum since 1938. The promotion of Dr. C. A. Müller of Ullevaal to one of the new chairs of medicine comes comparatively late in life. He was born in 1886 and qualified as a doctor in 1910. Since 1928 he has been at the head of Department VIII of Ullevaal Hospital. Beloved by patients, students, and nurses, he also has an

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