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Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Names New Editor

Friday, January 17, 2014
Following more than a decade as editor, Walt Menninger, MD, has handed over the reins of the Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic to Chris Frueh, PhD, director of Clinical Research at Menninger, who had served as associate editor. Peter Fonagy, PhD, University College London, and James Lomax, MD, Baylor College of Medicine, have been named associate editors.
“I’m excited about taking on the editorial leadership of the Bulletin,” said Dr. Frueh, who is also the associate editor of the Journal of Anxiety Disorders. “During the next year or so we’ll be implementing some changes to it that I think will help it resonate more with both authors and readers.”
In addition to new leadership, other changes afoot for the Bulletin include online article submission, new consulting editors and topic-specific issues that will be guest edited by experts in their fields.
Published quarterly by Guilford Publications, the Bulletin is a peer-reviewed journal with an emphasis on empirical studies related to psychiatric illnesses and mental healthcare.
Manuscripts are welcome.