Under my watch, all review assignments and editorial decisions were made by me in council with the deputy editor to ensure consistency and balance for a journal attempting to cover the entire panorama of psychiatric research. I have been blessed with 2 superb deputy editors: previously Stephan Heckers, MD, at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, and currently Dost Öngür, MD, PhD, at Harvard Medical School/McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. Art and Images in Psychiatry, written monthly by James Harris, MD, has been the feature that has garnered the most unsolicited praise. Jim regularly amazed me with his creativity, brilliant insights, and eloquence in linking art to psychiatry. Peter Siekmeier, MD, MSc, has brought his abundant computer skills to bear on developing a first-rate website for the journal. The members of the editorial board, composed almost entirely of members of the Institute of Medicine, with 2 members also at the National Academy of Science, generously provided their wisdom in helping me resolve tough editorial decisions. I could not have undertaken the editorship without the herculean efforts of my first editorial assistant, Fran MacNeil. Fran, a very proper and formal woman, originally from Nova Scotia, Canada, nevertheless had a great sense of humor that made the drudgery of chasing reviewers and authors a tolerable task. After Fran’s untimely death from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Deborah Johnson has ably filled this position.