CMAJ welcomes new senior editor

Collier, Roger
May 2008
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;5/6/2008, Vol. 178 Issue 10, p1269
Academic Journal
The article profiles Dr. Rajendra Kale who was the new senior deputy editor of the "Canadian Medical Association Journal." It relates that Kale is a native of Mumbai, India and a former senior editor of the "British Medical Journal (BMJ) ". It notes that Kale graduated from Grant Medical College in Mumbai, where he specialized in neurology and has completed a research fellowship in Dublin, Ireland. He practiced as neurologist in Pune for several years. In January 1994, he started as editorial registrar at the BMJ, wherein his duties include writing articles, editing the letters section and providing critical appraisal of scientific papers.


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