Fellowships in Pediatric Allergy.—The Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver announces openings for three first-year fellows in pediatric allergy beginning July 1, 1970. Applicants should have had at least two years residency training in pediatrics. US citizens and foreign medical school graduates holding ECFMG certificates will be considered. The one- or two-year program is approved for training by the Sub-Board on Pediatric Allergy of the American Board of Pediatrics. For further information and application forms, write Richard W. Newcomb, MD, Head of Training Program, Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital, 3401 W 19th Ave, Denver 80204.
J. F. Kennedy Lectureship.—The Department of Pediatrics of Georgetown University School of Medicine is presenting its sixth annual John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Lectureship on Nov 21, 1969. The lecturer this year will be Dr. Frederick C. Robbins, Dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Dr. Robbins' lecture is