Title

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Document Type

Editorial

Publication Date

1-2007

Abstract

As I take the reins from Ernie Drucker as American Editor for Addiction Research and Theory (ART) I can only express something of a sense of awe at succeeding a man who is not only a pioneer in harm reduction, but a solid scientist and scholar. This job will be all the more difficult as a result of the high level of quality and rigor that Ernie, John Davies, Doug Cameron, and Stanton Peele have brought to the journal as the senior editorial team. I hope to be up to the task not only of joining these folks I consider giants in the field, but of carrying on Ernie's fine legacy. Of course, in standing with giants, I also stand on their shoulders, drawing from their ongoing scholarly and scientific examples guidance for my own task of helping to continue the fine reputation of ART and building on that reputation in the years to come.

Publication Title

Addiction Research & Theory

Volume

15

Issue

4

First Page

330

Last Page

331

Comments

This article was published in Addiction Research & Theory, Volume 15, Issue 4, January 2007, Pages 330-331.

The published version is available at http://informahealthcare.com/doi/full/10.1080/16066350701554392

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