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(1956). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 25:466.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:466

Notes

Fellowships totaling thirty thousand dollars for five young doctors who are teachers and researchers in psychiatry have been awarded for 1956 by the AMERICAN FUND FOR PSYCHIATRY. The Fund, organized in 1954, raises money from corporations, foundations, and individuals for the purpose of financing academic and research appointments in psychiatry. Its aim is to reduce the critical shortage of teachers and researchers in the mental health field. The awards were made by a committee of physicians under the chairmanship of Vernon W. Lippard, M.D., Dean of the Yale School of Medicine. Other members of the committee are: O. Spurgeon English, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry at Temple University; Roy R. Grinker, M.D., Director of the Psychiatric and Psychosomatic Institute of Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago; and Donald W. Hastings, M.D., Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine. Awards of six thousand dollars each will be made to medical schools and other training institutions to support teaching appointments of young physicians. The doctors selected for 1956 are: John McLeod, M.D. of the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Cincinnati, second year grant; Virgilio G. Santiago, M.D. of Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia; Francis H. Hoffman, M.D. of Temple University School of Medicine, second year grant; Perry Ottenberg, M.D. of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; and Thomas S. Szasz, M.D. of the Institute for Psychoanalysis in Chicago.

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