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Mental Health Community Mourns Passing of Wayne Fenton

The mental health community mourns the loss of Wayne Fenton, Director of the Division of Adult Translational Research and Associate Director for Clinical Affairs at the National Institute of Mental Health. He was apparently killed in his Bethesda, Maryland office on Sunday, September 3, 2006. (see Washington Post news article for more details).

To read more about Fenton's work and the respect with which he is remembered, visit the NIMH and NARSAD websites.

Further News Coverage

A Psychiatrist Is Slain, and a Sad Debate Deepens, New York Times

Mourners Recall Slain Doctor As a Caring 'Fixer of Others', Washington Post

Patient Charged with Murder of Schizophrenia Expert, Psychiatric Times

 
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Comment by:  William Carpenter, SRF Advisor (Disclosure)
Submitted 8 September 2006 Posted 8 September 2006

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Comment by:  Thomas McGlashan
Submitted 14 September 2006 Posted 14 September 2006

This eulogy was given at a memorial service for Wayne...  Read more


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