Dr. Pressman Receives Award for Research.—
The International Committee for the Gould Award announced the selection of the recipient for 1959— Dr. Joel J. Pressman, University of California at Los Angeles—for his anatomic and radioisotope studies of laryngeal compartments. The Gould Award is presented annually for basic research in laryngology to encourage and reward fundamental investigations in this field. The International Committee for the Gould Award for the year 1960 includes: Sir Victor Negus, London, England; Dr. Cotoji Satta, Tokyo, Japan; Prof. Dr. Luzius Ruedi, Zurich, Switzerland; and Dr. Hans V. Von Leden, medical director, The William and Harriet Gould Foundation, 30 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 2. The Gould Award consists of a plaque and an honorarium of $300.
Plan Hospital in La Jolla.—
Plans for a new Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, construction of which is estimated to cost 4 million dollars, are being prepared. According to
MEDICAL NEWS. JAMA. 1960;172(10):1062–1067. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020100070018
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