U.S. Public Health Service Awards $43,000 Grant to Jewish Scientists
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U.S. Public Health Service Awards $43,000 Grant to Jewish Scientists

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The United States Public Health Service has awarded a grant of $43,850 to two scientists at the Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital in Brooklyn, it was announced here today. The grant is to be spread over a four-year period to continue work begun five years ago on “protein changes in chronic diseases.” The scientists are Dr. Bruno W. Volk, director of the hospital’s Isaac Albert Research Institute, and Dr. Abraham Saifer, chief of the biochemistry department at the institute.

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