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January 1966


Arch Intern Med. 1966;117(1):158. doi:10.1001/archinte.1966.03870070172033

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On behalf of the Editorial Board and the American Medical Association, I welcome two new members to our hard working board of editors.

Sherman M. Mellinkoff, who recently joined the Editorial Board of the Archives of Internal Medicine, has already had a distinguished career in internal medicine and has wide recognition for his contributions to his special field of internal gastroenterology. In particular, he has done outstanding investigative work in the field of hepatic disease. He received his MD degree at Stanford Medical School in 1944 in one of the accelerated war classes. At Stanford he had a somewhat foreshortened internship and first-year residency. He was in the army in Korea for two years and upon his return to the United States served as an assistant at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Following this, he worked for a year as a fellow in gastroenterology at the University of Pennsylvania and returned

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