This issue of JAMA Psychiatry marks the transition to a new editor in chief. Three outstanding psychiatrists edited the journal when it was known as Archives of General Psychiatry: Roy R. Grinker Sr, MD (1959-1969), Daniel X. Freedman, MD (1970-1993), and Jack D. Barchas, MD (1994-2001). For the last 13 years, Joseph T. Coyle, MD, continued this tradition masterfully through the electronic evolution of the journal and the transition to JAMA Psychiatry in January 2012. I thank Joe for his outstanding leadership and his mentorship, especially during my time with him as the associate editor of Archives of General Psychiatry (2003-2011). The new editorial office will include Dost Ongur (associate editor), Jennifer Blackford (managing editor), Ira Phillips (web editor), and Helena Chmura Kraemer (statistical editor). Twenty leading experts in psychiatric research will advise us as members of the editorial board.