UPenn PRC Director Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH: One of Thomson Reuters World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds and Highly Cited Researchers

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karen-glanzPHILADELPHIA, January 14, 2016 — The Intellectual Property (IP) and Science business of Thomson Reuters, announces the release of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds,” a citation analysis identifying the scientists—as determined by their fellow researchers—who have made the  most significant global impact within their respective field of study.  UPenn PRC Director Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH, was recognized in the Social Sciences, General category. Dr. Glanz has been on the Highly Cited list for over 20 years.

The two-part study includes an 11 year assessment of research paper citations to determine the leaders within 21 broad fields of science and a ranking of 2015’s  top scientists or  “hottest researchers.”

 

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The 2015 hottest researchers ranking spotlights the scientific community’s emerging trends and 19 innovators, who recently published at least 14 papers with notably high levels of citations. The list was identified by tabulating citations within the Web of Science recorded during calendar year 2014 for papers published between 2012 and 2014.

“We are pleased to recognize the world’s most influential scientific minds; the innovators forging a path toward a brighter tomorrow,” said Vin Caraher, president Thomson Reuters IP & Science. “Citations serve as strong and reliable indicators of the work scientists judge to be most critical to ongoing global research, thus making the highly-cited researchers and hottest researchers a true reflection of the individuals, institutions and nations that are driving the pace of scientific discovery.”

 

http://stateofinnovation.thomsonreuters.com/worlds-most-influential-scientific-minds-report-2015