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IN this issue and the next, the Archives is reproducing the main addresses and summary statements from the recently held National Conference on Education in the Neurological Sciences. Publication of these proceedings has been delayed by unanticipated problems which the editors regret. Nevertheless, the material remains timely and of wide interest to scholars in neurological fields. Combined reprints of these proceedings can be obtained from either James O'Leary, MD, Department of Neurology, Washington University School of Medicine, 660 S King's Highway, St. Louis, or from Fred Plum, MD, Department of Neurology, New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, 525 E 68th St, New York 10021.
The invited participants of the conference numbered approximately 240 and comprised 11 deans and administrators of medical schools; 18 government representatives; 3 foundation and national committee members; 98 especially invited leaders in the field of neuroanatomy, neuro-embryology, neuro-chemistry, neuropharmacology, neurophysiology (including EEG), neuropathology, genetics, computer science, physiological
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