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The Editorial Board Leads the Way

Arch Dermatol. 2008;144(2):251-252. doi:10.1001/archdermatol.2007.37.
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To remember their patients, dermatologists often include photographs in the medical record and notes reminding them to ask about an item that was discussed during the last visit. In 2007, we started to share the Archives family album of photographs with our readers. With this editorial, we complete the 2007 editorial series featuring sections of the Archives. These photographs were taken at the October 26, 2007, editorial board meeting of the Archives. When you see us at meetings, say hello; we would like to meet you. Let us know what you like, and let us know how we can do better.

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Attending editorial board meeting. Front row (seated, left to right): Cheryl Iverson, Managing Editor; Catherine D. DeAngelis, MD, MPH, Editor in Chief, JAMA, Scientific Publications and Multimedia Applications; June K. Robinson, MD, Editor; Jeffrey P. Callan, MD, Associate Editor; and Phil B. Fontanarosa, MD, MBA, Executive Deputy Editor, JAMA. Second row (standing, left to right): Ashish C. Bhatia, MD; Kathryn Schwarzenberger, MD; Darrell S. Rigel, MD; Alan B. Fleischer Jr, MD; Gary S. Wood, MD; Michael E. Ming, MD, MSCE; Mark D. Matthews, Editorial Assistant; Murad Alam, MD; George J. Hruza, MD; Maria L. Chanco Turner, MD; Ronald L. Moy, MD; Moise L. Levy, MD; Lawrence A. Schachner, MD; Mary-Margaret Chren, MD; James M. Grichnik, MD, PhD; and Margaret Winker, MD, Director, Scientific Online Resources. Editorial Board Members absent from the photograph: Michael Bigby, MD; Robert P. Dellavalle, MD, PhD, MSPH; Thomas D. Horn, MD; and Anthony E. Oro, MD, PhD.

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2. Some members of the staff of the Editorial Processing and Publishing Operations Divisions. First row: George Thomson, Mary Ann Kuranda, Lauren Fischer, Karen Allbright, and Dee Egger. Second row: Wanda Hill, Regina Brownlee, Maria Kowalkowski, Vickey Golden, Susan Price, and JoAnne Weiskopf. Third row: Patricia Panek, Diane Cannon, Brenda Chandler-Grayer, Joshua Lampinen, Connie Manno, and Mary Ellen Johnston. Fourth row: Judith Literskis, Karen Boyd, Paula Glitman, and Cheryl Iverson. Top row: Carol Joy Farrell, John McFadden, Elaine Williams, Chris Meyer, and Carolyn Hall.

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