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Deadline for Training in Nuclear Medicine.—
Army medical officers with a background in physical sciences and mathematics who are interested in becoming officers in nuclear medicine should apply by April 1,1957, for admission to the nine-month formalized training course beginning about July 1, sponsored by the armed forces special weapons project. Announcement of limited space for this training was made by Col. Clinton S. Maupin, special assistant to the surgeon general for nuclear energy.Assignments after completion of the course will be in the established Army career patterns for officers in nuclear medicine, including duty tours in biological research, clinical isotope usage, industrial radiology, and health physics and staff assignments in the field of nuclear medicine.The course begins with five months of instruction at Reed College, Portland, Ore., followed by short courses at Hanford Atomic Works, Richland, Wash.; Sandia Base, N. Mex.; and Walter Reed Army Institute of
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1957;163(10):861–862. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02970450063015
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