Fellowship in Nuclear Medicine.
— The Division of Nuclear Medicine of the Stanford University Department of Radiology invites applications for a one or two year fellowship in clinical applications of radioisotopes. The program includes training in isotope methodology and instrumentation as well as clinical and research experience and is designed for those with a special interest in nuclear medicine or oncology or both. Openings are now available for July 1 and Sept 1, 1969. Applicants must have completed two years of postgraduate resident training. Salary is $9,000 a year.Address inquiries to Joseph P. Kriss, MD, Professor of Medicine and Radiology, Nuclear Medicine Division, Stanford University Hospital, Stanford, Calif 94304.
Oncology Fellowships Available.
— Clinical Research Fellowships in Oncology and Cancer Chemotherapy are available at the University of Southern California School of Medicine, under sponsorship of the National Cancer Institute. The fellowships are of one or two years' duration,