University of California Extension will hold its sixth annual medical technicians symposium June 22-23 in the Life Science Building Auditorium at University of California, Los Angeles. Subjects to be covered will be "Techniques and Theory of Urine Examinations," by Dr. Ralph Goldman, Veterans Administration Hospital, Sepulveda; "Enteric Bacteriology," by Dr. Charles M. Carpenter, Los Angeles, and "Advances in Blood Clotting Mechanism Techniques" by Dr. Samuel I. Rapaport, Veterans Administration Hospital, Long Beach. Fee for the conference will be $20. Information is available at offices of University of California Extension (Medical), Los Angeles 24.
Dr. Jerome W. Shilling, was made president of the Industrial Medical Association at the annual meeting in St. Louis. He has been in charge of the medical department for the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company since 1931.—The Association of State and Territorial Health Officers has conferred the Arthur T. McCormack award on Dr.
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