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American Foundation for Allergic Diseases.—The Board of Trustees of the American Foundation for Allergic Diseases announces the availability of three fellowships in research and clinical allergy for a period of two years each, carrying a stipend of $4500 for the first year, $4750 for the second, and a total of $750 for laboratory and travel expenses during the two-year period. The funds for these fellowships have been made available by Mr. John D. Rockefeller Jr. in a grant to the Foundation.It is the hope of the Foundation that the recipients will be stimulated to enter the field of research in allergy and will be equipped to teach others. Unlike the usual procedure, the Foundation has established single fellowships with three investigators eminently qualified to teach the principles and techniques of scientific method in this field and in institutions where adequate clinical facilities exist. Applicants should apply directly
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