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International fellowships were awarded to 31 promising young medical scientists from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, El Salvador, England, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Peru, Sweden, Switzerland, and Uruguay. Administered by the National Institutes of Health, the program provides one year's postdoctoral medical research training in a United States institution of the recipient's own choosing. Each of the awardees holds a doctoral degree or its equivalent in one of the medical or related sciences and was formally endorsed by a committee of eminent scientists in his own country. Final selection of the recipients was made by a fellowship review board comprised of scientists at the National Institutes of Health. In operation since the beginning of 1958, this program is designed to foster the reciprocal exchange of scientific information and research techniques between the United States and foreign investigators.
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GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1959;170(4):472–473. doi:10.1001/jama.1959.03010040068019
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