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August 2021 - Volume 209 - Issue 8

  • John A. Talbott, MD
  • 0022-3018
  • 1539-736X
  • 12 issues / year
  • Clinical Neurology 155/208, Psychiatry 116/156
  • 2.254

Application Deadline: September 30, 2020

The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease seeks Diversity Editorial Fellows. Applicants should have: an MD or PhD degree, at least two years of psychiatry and neurology training with research activity, completed clinical specialty training, an interest in diversity, equity and inclusion and hold faculty positions at the instructor or assistant professor level or other junior faculty level equivalent. Candidates who have published peer-reviewed papers, have strong knowledge of psychiatry and neurology science, and a record of commitment to and achievement in academic medicine are encouraged to apply. For more information on this opportunity, please click on this link. To apply, please submit your CV and one-page letter describing your interest and how your skills, experience and interests match the requirements to [email protected]. Candidates invited for an interview will be asked to disclose conflicts of interest. 

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Americans and the English speak of teams having “deep benches" when their squads have seemingly endless numbers of qualified substitutes to throw into games especially when the replacements coming in at the late stages of the game are every bit as competent as those starting. In looking over this month's Table of Contents the reader may be surprised to see several names directly opposite their monikers on the masthead as members of the Editorial Board.

This should come as no surprise.  Members of the Board are chosen not only because they are keen reviewers and assistants in guiding the Editor-in-Chief but because they are recognized researchers and authors in their own right.

We are fortunate to have folks like Gordon Parker, Bob Rosenheck, and Joe Westermeyer on our Board and as well-known authors.  And I might say that about anyone on the left side of the page, having a “deep bench" is a wonderful thing.

John A. Talbott, MD 

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