ICTR in the News: 13 Johns Hopkins Scientists Among Most Cited Researchers in the World
Posted by: Crystal Williams on: November 21, 2016 | Print This Page
Thomson Reuters has released its annual list of leading researchers in the sciences and social sciences from around the world. The 2016 Highly Cited Researchers list includes 13 Johns Hopkins University scientists whose publications are among the top one percent in their fields for citations.
To determine the most highly cited researchers, Thomson Reutersexamined the number of citations for contemporary research papers published between 2004 and 2014. The methodology, which categorized papers into 22 subject areas and relied on analysis from Essential Science Indicators, sought to limit the disadvantage of recently-published papers relative to older ones. Highly Cited Papers were those in the highest percentile for their ESI category and year of publication. Approximately 3,000 researchers were named to the list.
The Johns Hopkins University Highly Cited Researchers and their ESI categories are:
- Lawrence Appel, School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health (clinical medicine)
- Hugh Calkins, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
- Josef Coresh, School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health (clinical medicine)
- Eliseo Guallar, Bloomberg School of Public Health (general social sciences)
- Ralph Hruban, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
- Joao A.C. Lima, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
- Evan Ma, Whiting School of Engineering (materials science)
- Adam Riess, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (space science)
- Jeffrey Rothstein, School of Medicine (neuroscience and behavior)
- Steven Salzberg, Whiting School of Engineering, School of Medicine (computer science, microbiology)
- Hongjun Song, School of Medicine (neuroscience and behavior)
- Alexander Szalay, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (space science)
- Benedetto Vitiello, School of Medicine (psychology/psychiatry)
In 2015, 14 Johns Hopkins scientists were named to the Highly Cited Researchers list.