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About the Editorial Board
- Robin Emsley is Professor in Psychiatry and the Sarah Turoff Endowed Chair in Schizophrenia Research at the University of Stellenbosch,...
- Lynn E. DeLisi, MD is currently an inpatient Attending Psychiatrist in Brockton, VA, as well Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard...
- Dr. Henry Nasrallah received his BS and MD degrees at the American University of Beirut. Following his psychiatric residency at...
- Peter Haddad is a Consultant in Community Psychiatry in Salford and an Honorary Clinical Professor at the University of Manchester,...
- Prof. José M. Olivares graduated in medicine and surgery from the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, attained his PhD...
About Schizophrenia Research
As official journal of the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) Schizophrenia Research is THE journal of choice for international researchers and clinicians to share their work with the global schizophrenia research community. More than 6000 institutes have online or print (or both) access to this journal - the largest specialist journal in the field, with the largest readership!
Schizophrenia Research's time to first decision is as fast as 6 weeks and its publishing speed is as fast as 4 weeks until online publication (corrected proof/Article in Press) after acceptance and 14 weeks from acceptance until publication in a printed issue.
The journal publishes novel papers that really contribute to understanding the biology and treatment of schizophrenic disorders; Schizophrenia Research brings together biological, clinical and psychological research in order to stimulate the synthesis of findings from all disciplines involved in improving patient outcomes in schizophrenia.
About the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS)
The mission of the Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) is to bring researchers from across the world in schizophrenia and other related disorders together to:
- Exchange the latest advances in research and facilitate the applications and these findings to clinical practice.
- Facilitate communication and collaboration in research.
- Promote educational programs to effectively disseminate new research findings related to schizophrenia, both in the scientific community and to the lay public.
- Encourage publication of research.
- Increase the public understanding of the personal, familial and societal impact of schizophrenia.
- Support increased research funding for schizophrenia research around the world.
- Promote the highest scientific and ethical standards in research and its application in clinical psychiatric practice.