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ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION
Fellowships in Industrial Medicine.—
The Atomic Energy Commission offers fellowships which provide advanced training and on-the-job experience in the field of industrial medicine, particularly in relation to the atomic energy industry. Eight fellowships will be available, for the academic year 1958-1959, to men and women physicians who are citizens of the United States, who have graduated from an approved college of medicine at least two years prior to beginning tenure of the fellowship, and who are licensed to practice medicine in one of the states or territories of the United States. Successful candidates will be required to have a full F. B. I. background investigation and will have to be cleared by the commission. The training program consists of two parts: (1) an academic year, with lecture and laboratory instruction in the practice of industrial medicine, industrial hygiene, industrial toxicology, nuclear physics, biophysics, biostatistics, and the public
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1957;165(15):1980–1981. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980330082020
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