Thanks to Our 2008 Peer Reviewers

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Thanks to Our 2008 Peer Reviewers


The editors of CURRENT PSYCHIATRY acknowledge the help of 115 clinical experts, in addition to our editorial board, who reviewed manuscripts published in this journal during 2008. On behalf of our readers--the beneficiaries of these tireless efforts--we say "thank you."

Jonathan Abramowitz, PhD

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Paul Appelbaum, MD

Columbia University Medical Center

Peter Ash, MD

Emory University

Glen Bryan Baker, PhD, DSc

University of Alberta

W. R. Murray Bennett, MD, FRCPC

University of Washington

School of Medicine

Throstur Bjorgvinsson, PhD

Baylor College of Medicine

Robert Boland, MD

Brown University

Richard R. Bootzin, PhD

University of Arizona

Richard Brown, MD

Columbia University

Scott S. Campbell, PhD

Weill Cornell Medical College

William P. Carter, MD

Harvard Medical School

Michael Casher, MD

University of Michigan

Lynette L. Craft, PhD

Feinberg School of Medicine

Northwestern University

C. Deborah Cross, MD

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

John P. Daniels, MD

University of Minnesota

Bernardo Dell'Osso, MD

University of Milan

Dale D'Mello, MD

Michigan State University

William Dodson, MD

Denver, CO

P. Murali Doraiswamy, MD

Duke University Medical Center

Janet Duchek, PhD

Washington University in St. Louis

Vicki Ellingrod, PharmD

University of Michigan

Judith A. Feld, MD

University at Buffalo

David G. Folks, MD

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Adel Gabriel, MD

University of Calgary

Mark George, MD

Medical University of South Carolina

Patricia L. Gerbarg, MD

New York Medical College

Karim Ghobrial-Sedky, MD

Penn State

Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Donald Goff, PhD

Massachusetts General Hospital

Morris B. Goldman, MD

University of Chicago

David Goodman, MD

Johns Hopkins University

Jon E. Grant, JD, MD, MPH

University of Minnesota Medical CenterMinneapolis

Richard Grucza, PhD

Washington University in Saint Louis

Christian Guilleminault, MD

Stanford University

Rebecca M. Harley, PhD

Massachusetts General Hospital

Elana Harris, MD, PhD

University of Cincinnati

Jessica A. Hellings, MD

University of Kansas Medical Center

Paul E. Holtzheimer, MD

Emory University School of Medicine

Ricardo Jorge, MD

University of Iowa

Lewis L. Judd, MD

University of California, San Diego

Kyle Kampman, MD

University of Pennsylvania

Abigail Kay, MD

Thomas Jefferson University

Kathleen Kim, MD, MPH

VA Medical Center, San Diego, CA

Daniel F. Kripke, MD

University of California, San Diego

Eric Kuhn, PhD

VA Palo Alto Health Care System

Kenneth Lakritz, MD

Lahey Clinic Medical Center, Burlington, MA

Aleksandra Lalovic, PhD

McGill University

H. R. Lamb, MD

University of Southern California

Stephen Barrett Levine, MD

Case Western Reserve University

Timothy W. Lineberry, MD

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Marsha Linehan, PhD

University of Washington

Paul S. Links, MD

University of Toronto

Leslie Lundt, MD

Idaho State University

Vishal Madaan, MD

Creighton University

Michelle Magid, MD

University of Texas Medical Branch, Austin

Richard P. …

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