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The Gould Award.—The Gould Award is presented annually by The William and Harriet Gould Foundation, Chicago, for outstanding research in laryngology, to encourage and reward fundamental investigations in this field. While the award recognizes the completion of a specific research project, favorable attention will be given to investigators with a long-term interest in this subject. The amount of the 1958 prize is $250. The recipient will be selected by an International Committee of Laryngologists from different geographical areas of the world. The members of the Committee are as follows:
Sir Victor Negus, 149 Harley St., London, W. 1, England
Prof. Cotohi Satta, M.D., No. 111 Morkawacho, Bunkyo—ku, Tokyo, Japan
Prof. Dr. Eelco Huizinga, Academisch Ziekenhuis, Afd. Kel-Neus-Oohelkunde, Groningen, The Netherlands
Hans von Leden, M.D., Medical Director, William and Harriet Gould Foundation, 30 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 2, Ill.
For further information please address the nearest member of the international
ANNOUNCEMENTS. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1958;67(6):769. doi:10.1001/archotol.1958.00730010785013
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