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Stephen P. Cass, MD, of Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, is the recipient of the Academy's 1986 Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals Resident Research Grant. Dr Cass will use the grant during his third year of training in otolaryngology–head and neck surgery to support a project entitled, "Comparison of Compensation After Labyrinthectomy and Vestibular Nerve Section in Cats." Charles I. Carpenter, director of professional relations, Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals, presented Dr Cass with his award certificate at the opening ceremony of the annual meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery in San Antonio, Tex, Sept 14, 1986. Dr Cass will present the results of this study at next year's meeting in Chicago, Sept 19-23, 1987.
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