ANNUAL MEETING OF MEDICAL CONSULTANTS
Dr. Daniel C. Elkin, professor of surgery, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga., was elected president of the Society of U. S. Medical Consultants in World War II at their annual meeting in Washington, D. C., November 14. The society is composed of wartime consultants to the Army, and its advisory council meets regularly with the Surgeon General. Dr. Elkin, who had been vice president, succeeds Dr. Henry M. Thomas, associate professor of medicine, Jo' [ill]s Hopkins University, Baltimore. Dr. Thomas was elected to the advisory council, along with Dr. Winchell McK. Craig, professor of neurologic surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. The four other council members were reelected: Drs. Alfred R. Shands Jr., medical director, Alfred I. DuPont Institute, Wilmington, Del.; William S. Middleton, dean of the University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison; Frank B. Berry, clinical professor of surgery, Columbia University, New York, and I.