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November 3, 1888


JAMA. 1888;XI(18):633. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400700021005

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The Trustees of the Hoagland Laboratory announce to the medical profession of Brooklyn, N. Y., the completion and equipment for practical work of their laboratory at the corner of Henry and Pacific streets. Dr. Geo. M. Sternberg, the Director, being absent for further prosecution of his investigation into the causes of yellow fever, by order of the President, the course of lectures on bacteriology previously announced will be postponed until his return. But George T. Kemp, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, has been appointed as Associate in Bacteriology and Physiology, and with his assistance practical instruction in bacteriology will be given during Winter and Spring.

With fairly well-equipped laboratories for instruction and practical research in bacteriology, physiology and pathology at the Johns Hopkins, Baltimore; at the University, Pennsylvania; the Carnegie, New York; the Hoagland, Brooklyn; the Harvard, Boston; the Chicago Medical College, Chicago; and some others, it can no longer be

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