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Seven Fellowships Awarded At School of Public Health

Graduate Work Financed by U. S. Public Health Service

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Seven members of the Boston City Health Department have been awarded fellowships for graduate work at the School of Public Health, it was revealed by Cecil K. Drinker, Professor of Physiology and Dean of the Faculty of Public Health.

According to Dr. Drinker, the recipients of the fellowships will take courses in the regular graduate curriculum.

The new follows, all deputy commissioners and inspectors in city health units, will study under a new program financed by the United States Public Health Service.

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