William R. Brody, chairman of Resonex Inc., a manufacturer of magnetic resonance imaging devices, has been named professor and director of the department of radiology and radiological science at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. In 1984, Brody founded Resonex Inc. after spending six years with the department of radiology and electrical engineering at Stanford University. This month, he will assume the responsibilities of Martin W. Donner, who has held the post at Johns Hopkins since 1972. Donner has been appointed professor of radiology and radiologic sciences and director of the John Hopkins Swallowing Center, a multidisciplinary center for swallowing disorders.

Doyle D. Knight has been elected president of the Consortium for Scientific Computing at the John von Neumann Center, located at Princeton University. Knight, a specialist in high-speed aerodynamics and propulsion, has been with the Rutgers University College of Engineering since 1977, most recently in the position...

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