THE SCIENTIFIC EXHIBIT AT CHICAGO
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON AWARDS
The Committee on Awards has made the following report of the awards given at the 1956 Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association.
The Hektoen Medal is presented for exhibits of original investigation, which are judged on the basis of originality and excellence of presentation. Three awards are made, consisting of gold, silver, and bronze medals.Hektoen Gold Medal to Samuel Rosen, New York, for the exhibit on Mobilization of Stapes for Otosclerotic Deafness.Hektoen Silver Medical to Edwin H. Ellison, Ohio State University Health Center, Columbus, Ohio, for the exhibit on the Ulcerogenic Tumor of the Pancreas.Hektoen Bronze Medal to Harold J. Magnuson and Joseph Portnoy, Public Health Service, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D. C., for the exhibit on Treponema Pallidum Complement Fixation Test.
The Billings Medal is presented for exhibits
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1956;162(1):41–45. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970180043014
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