Schrager Named New WMJ Editor-in-Chief
The Publishing Board for the Wisconsin Medical Journal (WMJ) has named Sarina Schrager, MD, MS, Editor-in-Chief for a three-year term effective immediately. Doctor Schrager has served as interim editor-in-chief since May 2019, when John Frey, III, MD retired from the position. Prior to that, she served as associate editor and as a member of the Editorial Board.
Dr. Schrager is a professor in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health’s Department of Family Medicine and Community Health. A graduate of Dartmouth College, she earned her medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago and completed her residency in family medicine at the MacNeal Hospital program in Berwyn, Illinois. She also completed a self-designed fellowship in Women’s Health at MacNeal that combined graduate work in Women’s Studies with clinical care in family practice. Her teaching focus is on women’s health education for residents.
In addition to serving as editor-in-chief of WMJ, Dr. Schrager is also medical editor of FPM, a peer-reviewed, indexed journal published by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
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