Emory psychiatry fellow named editor-in-chief of resident journal
Woodruff Health Sciences Center | May 29, 2018
Jennifer Johnson McEwen
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Oliver Glass, MD, a fellow in geriatric psychiatry at Emory University School of Medicine, has been selected as editor-in-chief of The American Journal of Psychiatry Residents’ Journal for 2018-2019.
The online journal, which is published monthly by The American Journal of Psychiatry, serves as a forum for psychiatry residents and fellows to share ideas and experiences in training, clinical practice and research. All content for the journal is generated solely by trainees.
“This journal is a valuable resource that allows trainees to publish manuscripts and receive thorough feedback,” says Glass. “I helped expand the editorial board this year, so we are anticipating an increase in the journal’s reach and impact.”
Glass says he and colleagues also presented a workshop at the American Psychiatric Association’s recent annual meeting that helped trainees cultivate a career in academic psychiatry.
Last year, Glass served as Senior Deputy Editor of the Residents' Journal. Prior to joining geriatric psychiatry as a fellow, he completed his residency at East Carolina University, where he was honored with the Resident of the Year award. He was also honored with the American Psychiatric Association’s Research Colloquium Award and the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry Honors Scholarship. He received his medical degree from the Medical University of Gdansk in Poland.
Written by: Douglas Blair