Pulmonary Circulation Update
Pulmonary Circulation has a new Associate Editor, Mary E. Reynolds.
Brief Bio: Mary E. Reynolds
Mary E. Reynolds joined Pulmonary Circulation as Editorial Associate in June 2016.
Mary brings twenty years of writing experience, and seven years of editing experience to the journal. Before joining Pulmonary Circulation, she worked for medical and scientific journals, education journals, university alumni magazines, sports magazines, and weekly newspapers. She’s currently writing a book, The Quake that Drained the Desert, about how an 1887 earthquake in Sonora, Mexico, permanently altered water supplies in northern Mexico and southern Arizona. She tells the story through the eyes of historic eyewitnesses including a Tombstone physician, a frontier photojournalist, and a Mexican engineer who investigated the earthquake and its aftermath.
She’s excited to be working with Pulmonary Circulation and the Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute; and she looks forward to increasing the journal’s influence in the laboratory and in the clinic.
Mary holds an M.A. in American Civilization from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.
Mary recently returned to her hometown of Tucson after two years in Barcelona. She serves on the City of Tucson Planning Commission. She’s also a competitive cyclist who loves to ride the roads and trails of Arizona.
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