Special Issue Michael C. Dulchin, M.D., and John M. Oldham, M.D., Guest Editors The 12th annual New York State Ofﬁce of Mental Health Re- search Conference met in Albany for three days in December of 1999. The conference this year was dedicated to the late Heinz E. Lehman, M.D. ‘‘with gratitude for his many contributions to the citizens of New York State.’’ Dr. Lehman served as Deputy Com- missioner for Research for the Ofﬁce of Mental Health for over seventeen years. His leadership and research experience were strongly felt and valued, and his wise presence had become an integral part of the annual research conference. Once again re- searchers from the state and nation presented their work. Clini- cians and scientists from all the mental health disciplines at- tended presentations in a variety of formats: paper presentations, poster session, workshops, roundtable discussions, and ‘‘Ask the Experts’’ panels. This year’s interactive satellite broadcast enti- tled ‘‘Stress and Severe Mental Illness’’ featured Dr. Dennis Char- ney and Dr. Kennth Kendler. Psychiatric Quarterly devotes one entire issue each year to the conference, and this year we have six outstanding papers, selected from the many exciting presentations. These papers range from examinations of
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Published: Oct 9, 2004
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