1941
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1941.01500030019002
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“…It is becoming more and more common for graduates in arts and science to turn to medical fields such as biochemistry and physiology. They may be supported in this graduate training leading to a Ph.D. degree by bursaries and studentships granted by the National Research Council, the stipend for these younger graduate students being $22 (2) to $2400. The Medical Research Council does not award such scholarships, but arts and science graduiates may proceed in this type of study vhile being paid at slightly lower rates from Medical Reseatrch Council grants awarded to their preceptors.…”
Section: Personnel Categoriesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is becoming more and more common for graduates in arts and science to turn to medical fields such as biochemistry and physiology. They may be supported in this graduate training leading to a Ph.D. degree by bursaries and studentships granted by the National Research Council, the stipend for these younger graduate students being $22 (2) to $2400. The Medical Research Council does not award such scholarships, but arts and science graduiates may proceed in this type of study vhile being paid at slightly lower rates from Medical Reseatrch Council grants awarded to their preceptors.…”
Section: Personnel Categoriesmentioning
confidence: 99%