"It is a great honor and pleasure to have the opportunity to serve ACS and the community of organic chemists at large as editor-in-chief of Organic Letters," says Carreira. "The journal facilitates the rapid sharing of exciting, cutting-edge research in the fast-paced world we live in. Organic chemistry is a discipline that continues to evolve in dazzling new directions; it is an endeavor that constantly strives to remake itself as new challenges arise. I look forward to engaging the community of scientists, young and old, unseasoned and experienced, as well as industrial and academic researchers, teachers and students, to ensure Organic Letters remains central to their love for science."
"We are delighted to welcome Professor Erick Carreira in his new role as editor-in-chief of Organic Letters," says James Milne, Ph.D., senior vice president, Journals Publishing Group at ACS Publications. "Professor Carreira's extensive editorial and publishing experience with the journal, as well as his scientific expertise in the areas of organic synthesis and natural products, will ensure the journal continues to develop and be held in the highest regard over the years ahead. ACS would also like to extend our sincere gratitude to Professor Amos Smith. As the inaugural editor of the journal, he has set the bar for exceptional author service and the exceptional quality of published work. His commitment to the journal over the past two decades has resulted in Organic Letters being truly the most impactful journal for organic chemistry researchers globally. That's no small feat."
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