15 Johns Hopkins scientists among world's most highly cited researchers

Annual list is based on number of citations for papers published between 2005 and 2015

Fifteen Johns Hopkins scientists are among 3,000 individuals included on the annual Highly Cited Researchers list compiled by Clarivate Analytics, which was previously part of Thomson Reuters.

The list, which celebrates contemporary research achievement in 21 fields of the sciences and social sciences, is based on the number of citations for papers published between 2005 and 2015. The methodology included Essential Science Indicators to limit the disadvantage of recently-published papers relative to older ones, and to include early- and mid-career scientists who may have fewer papers published.

Hopkins had 13 researchers on the list last year and 14 in 2015.

The Highly Cited Researchers from Johns Hopkins University and their ESI categories are:

  • Lawrence Appel, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
  • Robert Black, Bloomberg School of Public Health (social sciences)
  • Hugh Calkins, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
  • Josef Coresh, School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health (clinical medicine)
  • Ralph Hruban, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
  • Seulki Lee, School of Medicine (pharmacology and toxicology)
  • Joao A.C. Lima, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
  • Guo-li Ming, School of Medicine (neuroscience and behavior)
  • Trish Perl, Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Medicine (social sciences); Note: Perl is now a member of the faculty at UT Southwestern in Dallas
  • Jeffrey Rothstein, School of Medicine (neuroscience and behavior)
  • Steven Salzberg, Whiting School of Engineering, School of Medicine (computer science)
  • Hongjun Song, School of Medicine (neuroscience and behavior)
  • Mark Sulkowski, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)
  • Alexander Szalay, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (space science)
  • Antonio Wolff, School of Medicine (clinical medicine)

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