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December 28, 1957

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

JAMA. 1957;165(17):2210. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980350068020

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Abstract

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION 

Dr. Dunham Receives Award.—  At its second annual awards ceremony in Washington, D. C, Dec. 12, the Atomic Energy Commission gave its Distinguished Service award to Dr. Charles L. Dunham, director of the division of biology and medicine. The citation presented to Dr. Dunham points to his "distinguished service to the Atomic Energy Commission and to the Nation through his leadership in managing the complex health and lifescience research activities of the atomic energy program. The results of those activities," the citation continues, "have made possible the rapid expansion of private participation in the atomic energy program; the expansion of knowledge of the effects of radiation on man and his environment; the continued encouragement of talented scientists to seek careers in the field of atomic energy, and the enhancement of the prestige abroad of the role of the United States

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