Extracts/resumes from articles or editorials from neuropsychopharmacology journals with relevance to the development of the field; and comments on articles and editorials from the same to place information in article(s) in histoical perspective.
Entries are listed in alphabetical order of their author; and comments on entries, follow the respective entry, in order of sequence of the comments posted. Comments and replies on entries are kept open indefinitely.
I am writing to introduce myself as the person responsible for the project “Biographies” (Project 9) on our website.
Instructions for submitting new material are given below with my e-mail address and phone number. Comments you wish to post on existing material should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
In “Biographies” we post information on Autobiographies, Memoirs, Biographies, Collected or Selected Writings about a particular scientist’s contributions in the preceding sixty years during the development of neuropsychopharmacology. Submissions may be made either by the author or a member of INHN to the program coordinator. (Barry Blackwell: blackwellbarry(at)hotmail.com). In addition to the author’s own description of their work (see below) they are invited to include a copy of book or text to be available for review by a member of INHN selected by the coordinator or who may volunteer to write one.
The author’s own review should be in two parts; a synopsis of the format and content of the submission as well as a commentary on the contents. An independent reviewer may follow this format or choose their own. There are no specifications about the length of a review which must be submitted as a Word document in Times New Roman, size 12 type, 1.5 spacing and adjusted on the right.
For questions or concerns please communicate with me by e-mail (above) or phone at 414 940 0844. I look forward to hearing from authors and members. Books may be forwarded to me at: 1800 North Prospect Avenue, Apt # 15C, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53202.
Please join me in making “Biographies” a success.