Section of Otology: Dalby Prize award

Groves, John
October 1982
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Oct1982, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p836
Academic Journal
The article announces on the recognition of W. P. R. Gibson as recipient of Dalby Prize during the annual meeting of the Section of Otology on May 7, 1982. The award has been president by the section's president W. M. S. Ironside. It is noted that this award is presented to Gibson relative to his best original work in otology and his presence in every meeting organized by the section.


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