Sixteen School of Medicine Faculty Named 'Highly Cited' by Thomson Reuters

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Release Date: June 24, 2014

By analyzing the number of times scientists were cited in others’ papers, the company Thomson Reuters has created a new list of the top 3,215 most highly cited—and therefore most influential— researchers in the world. Sixteen are from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

To qualify, a scientist had to publish numerous articles from 2002-2012 that ranked among the top 1% most-cited of those within a given subject area. By limiting the time range, Thomson Reuters intended to allow younger influential scientists to be highlighted along with well-established ones.

Congratulations to our top cited scientists!

Biology & Biochemistry: Gregg L. Semenza

Clinical Medicine: Lawrence J. Appel, Hugh Calkins, Ralph H. Hruban; and the Kimmel Cancer Center’s Kenneth W. Kinzler, Victor E. Velculescu and Bert Vogelstein

Computer Science: Steven L. Salzberg

Microbiology: Steven L. Salzberg, Mihaela Pertea

Molecular Biology & Genetics: Aravinda Chakravarti

Neuroscience & Behavior: Ted M. Dawson, Valina L. Dawson, Hongjun Song

Pharmacology & Toxicology: Justin Hanes

Social Sciences: Lisa A. Cooper, Jeremy D. Walston

Additional highly-cited researchers from The Johns Hopkins University included Evan Ma, Barbara Starfield, Charles L. Bennett, Timothy M. Heckman, Adam G. Riess, Alexander S. Szalay and Aniruddha R. Thakar. Josef Coresh and Leiyu Shi, from the Bloomberg School of Public Health were also named.

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