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June 25, 1904


JAMA. 1904;XLII(26):1677-1678. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.92490710009002e

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The data for this summary of research work done in connection with the Harvard Medical School, were obtained from answers to the following questions: As to how many individuals are connected with the department—both as teachers and engaged in research; as to how many places for research workers—in addition to the regular teaching force—exist in each department; as to whether there are any funds that can be drawn on for the assistance of research work independently of the money contributed by the school; as to what the facilities for research are; and as to what researches are now being carried on in each department.

Questions of this nature were addressed to all the departments in the school having laboratories attached to them, or having influence over laboratories not directly under the control of the school.

In making up such a summary as this, at this time, the present condition of

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