MEDICAL ACTIVITY IN THE STATE UNIVERSITIES

1903 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
There is unprecedented activity at present along medical lines in the state universities. This activity consists in the rapid installation, in many state universities hitherto devoid of them, of chairs in human anatomy, physiology and pathology, and instructorships in subjects like physiologic chemistry, embryology, neurology and bacteriology. In other words, provision is being made with the utmost speed to give instruction in the subjects which in reality constitute the curriculum of the first
more » ... two years of the modern medical school. The cause of this activity appears to be threefold:
doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490250034004 fatcat:pkblzgpxwbf7xpz6eusofokpyi