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χχχπ ANNUAL REPORT Dr Pickering who has been associated with the College for twenty years and Mr Negus former student were appointed Honorary Lecturers in Ha matology and Laryngology respectively Dr Da Fano became an assistant editor of Physiological Abstracts-one of the most important publications in Physiology Dr Ingleby research worker in the Department was appointed acting Professor of Pathology at the Women's Medical College Pennsylvania Special courses of instruction for advanced students and others were given by Dr Da Fano on The Histology of the Nervous System and by Dr Hewitt on Carbohydrate Metabolism These were well attended by students both of this and of other colleges and by con- siderable number of Post-graduate workers special course of four lectures accompanied by demonstrations of microscopical specimens was given by Dr Da Fano on Histological Methods for the Investi- gation of the Central Nervous System for the benefit of members of the Pathological and Bacteriological Assistants' Association Pro- fessor McDowall contributed to the newly-formed course in the History of Science by lectures on The History of Plant and Animal Meta- bolism and Dr Da Fano contributed to the same course by lectures on The History of the Cell Theory and Cell Structure As the list of publications indicates large amount of successful research was carried out during the year In addition to the work done by members of the regular teaching staff investigations were carried out by Dr Pickering Mr Negus Dr Wells Dr Rankin Dr Shaw Mackenzie Miss Kaye and Dr Ingleby Dr Ingleby received considerable assistance from Dr Da Fano in translating from the Italian into English Cervello Ctiore by Professor Fano of Rome Department of Pharmacology -The classes for the University Medical Examination and for the Conjoint Board Examination were well attended and the examination results were satisfactory Indeed in the Conjoint Board Examination the proportion of passes during the session was markedly higher than the corresponding proportion for any other college The Materia Medica Museum was removed to larger room and the Catechetical classes held in the Museum are no longer cramped for space room for Pharmacological Research which had long been urgently needed has now been allotted to the Department Department of Public Health and Bacteriology -Owing to the decision of the Delegacy to close the Department in July it was impossible to admit students for the course for the Diploma in Public Health after February 1st and consequently the number of students for the session was as low as 12 The examination results however were excellent At the January Conjoint Examination for the Part out of passed and at the July Examination out of passed At both these examinations also one of the students gained higher marks than any other of the candidates
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