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New Haven Ophthalmological Society.
—The first meeting of the newly formed New Haven Ophthalmological Society was held on April 17, 1939. The officers of this society will be found in the Directory of Ophthalmologic Societies on page 1085 of this issue.
Graduate Course in Visual Optics and Physiology at Harvard Medical School.
—The Harvard Medical School will offer a graduate course in visual optics and physiology from July 1 to 29 inclusive. The course is designed for those who desire to teach or to do research work in physiologic optics. Instruction will include lectures and laboratory work on reflection, refraction, refractive errors of the eye, accommodation, ophthalmoscopy, retinoscopy, reduced eye, aberrations of the eye, ocular motility, binocular acuity, light sense, color vision and color blindness, entoptic phenomena, impulses of the optic nerve, visual illusions, pupillary reflexes and intraocular pressure. Instruction will be from 9 a. m.
News and Notes. Arch Ophthalmol. 1939;21(6):1055. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archopht.1939.00860060165015
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