THE WORLD JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY

The aim of The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry is to increase the worldwide communication of knowledge in clinical and basic research on biological psychiatry.

Its target audience is thus clinical psychiatrists, educators, scientists and students interested in biological psychiatry. The composition of The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, with its diverse categories that allow communication of a great variety of information, ensures that it is of interest to a wide range of readers.

The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry is a major clinically oriented journal on biological psychiatry. The opportunity to educate (through critical review papers, treatment guidelines and consensus reports), publish original work and observations (original papers and brief reports) and to express personal opinions (Letters to the Editor) makes The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry an extremely important medium in the field of biological psychiatry all over the world.

As an exclusive benefit, articles of The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry can be downloaded for free by WFSBP members via the members restricted area using their WFSBP membership login.

Non-members can purchase whole issues or individual articles of the journal at
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MEET THE WJBP EDITORIAL BOARD

(effective 18/06/2020)

Chief Editor
Dan Rujescu, Germany Contact Email
Assistant Chief Editor
Rainer Rupprecht, Germany Contact Email
Past Chief Editor
Siegfried Kasper, Austria Contact Email
Field Editors
Dan Rujescu, Germany Molecular Psychiatry
Stephen Lawrie, UK Neuroimaging
George Papakostas, USA Psychopharmacology and Brain Stimulation
Dominika Dudeki, Poland Clinical Research
Janusz Rybakowski, Poland Clinical Research
Maurizio Popoli, Italy Preclinical Studies
Editorial Board
Carlo Altamura, Italy
Ole Andreassen, Norway
Michael Bauer, Germany
Michael Berk, Australia
Geraldo Busatto Filho, Brazil
David Castle, Australia
Eva Ceskova, Czech Republic
Andrea de Bartholomeis, Italy
Katharina Domschke, Germany
Yogesh Dwivedi, USA
Elias Eriksson, Sweden
Peter Falkai, Germany
Sophia Frangou, USA
Marlene Freeman, USA
Tomoyuki Furuyashiki, Japan
Ina Giegling, Germany
Birte Glenthoj, Denmark
Michel Hamon, France
Gregor Hasler, Switzerland
Martin Hatzinger, Switzerland
Ladislav Hosak, Czech Republic
Alessandro Ieraci, Italy
Hong Jin Jeon, South Korea
Rene Kahn, USA
Shitij Kapur, Australia
Oguz Karamustafalioglu, Turkey
Tomas Kasparek, Czech Republic
James L. Kennedy, Canada
Sidney Kennedy, Canada
Maria Kundakovic, USA
Rupert Lanzenberger, Austria
Yechiel Levkovitz, Israel
Jeffrey A. Lieberman, USA
Pierre‐Michel Llorca, France
J. John Mann, USA
Donatella Marazziti, Italy
Daniel Martins-de-Souza, Brazil
Susan L. McElroy, USA
Patrick McGorry, Australia
Inga Neumann, Germany
Tarek Okasha, Egypt
Christos Pantelis, Australia
Carmine Pariante, UK
Vijayalakshmi Rayindranath, India
M. S. Reddy, India
Erich Seifritz, Switzerland
Alessandro Serretti, Italy
Leo Sher, USA
Dan J. Stein, South Africa
Werner Strik, Switzerland
Daniela Tardito, Italy
Jari Tiihonen, Sweden
Gustavo Turecki, Canada
Victoria Valdez, Ecuador
Eduard Vieta, Spain
Adam Wichniak, Poland
Shigeto Yamawaki, Japan
Lakshmi N. Yatham, Canada
Allan Young, UK
Xin Yu, China
Carlos Zarate, USA
Iannis M. Zervas, Greece
Joseph Zohar, Israel
Advisory Board
Frederick Goodwin, USA
Florian Holsboer, Germany
Mario Maj, Italy
Julian Mendlewicz, Belgium
Hans-Jürgen Möller, Germany
Stuart Montgomery, UK
Ahmed Okasha, Egypt
Giorgio Racagni, Italy
Barbara J. Sahakian, UK
Alan Schatzberg, USA
Constantin Soldatos, Greece
Masatoshi Takeda, Japan
Michael Trimble, UK
Founding Editors
Hans-Jürgen Möller, Germany
Carlos Roberto Hojaij, Australia
Joseph Zohar, Israel
Editorial Assistant
Helen Siguardardottir Contact Email

The World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry produces a peer reviewed scientific journal and is one of the most renown international scientific journals in the field of clinical neuroscience.

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Year the Journal was Founded