Eight current and three past Faculty of Health Sciences researchers ranked among the top 2% of the world’s most highly cited scientists

Posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2020

The recently released list, by Stanford University’s Professor John Ioannidis and his team,  represents the top 2 percent of the most cited scientists in various disciplines.   The large database, uses a composite indicator based on standardized citation metrics, including the number of citations, h-index and co-authorship. The study analyzed data from 1965 to 2019, covering ~ 7 million scientists in 22 major fields.

 

Congratulations to all on this tremendous accomplishment:

 

Jeff Jutai, Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences

Glen Kenny, School of Human Kinetics

Dave Holmes, School of Nursing

Dawn Stacey, School of Nursing

Heidi Sveistrup, School of Rehabilitation Sciences

Susan Tosh, School of Nutrition Sciences

Chibuike Udenigwe, School of Nutrition Sciences

Lucie Brosseau, School of Rehabilitation Sciences

Nancy Edwards, School of Nursing

Annette O’Connor, School of Nursing

 

Special mention for impact of articles published in year 2019 to:

 

Milena Parent,  School of Human Kinetics

Denise Harrison, School of Nursing

 

For more information on the study please visit Research Gate and PLOS Biology

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