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Ohio State’s 2015 highly-cited researchers

Posted: January 26, 2016

Nine Ohio State researchers have made Thomson Reuters’ 2015 list of Highly-Cited Researchers, a measure of the worldwide impact and influence of an individual’s research. These researchers have produced a large number of reports that rank among the top one percent most cited for their subject field and year of publication.

The 2015 researchers and the field(s) for which they were recognized are listed below:

  • William Abraham (Clinical Medicine)
  • Hojjat Adeli (Computer Science as well as Engineering)
  • Clara Bloomfield (Clinical Medicine)
  • Carlo Croce (Clinical Medicine)
  • Hesham El Gamal (Computer Science)
  • Rattan Lal (Agricultural Sciences)
  • Ness Shroff (Computer Science)
  • Rene Stulz (Economics and Business)
  • David Weinberg (Space Science)

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Thirteen Ohio State researchers made the 2014 list. They are:

  • William Abraham (Internal Medicine)
  • Hojjat Adeli (Engineering)
  • Hansjuerg Alder (Internal Medicine)
  • Clara Bloomfield (Internal Medicine)
  • Carlo Croce (Biology & Biochemistry and Internal Medicine)
  • Hesham El Gamal (Computer Science)
  • Rattan Lal (Agricultural Sciences)
  • Guido Marcucci (Internal Medicine)
  • Ness Shroff (Computer Science)
  • Rene Stulz (Economics & Business)
  • Martin Tusler (Social Sciences, General)
  • Stefano Volinia (Internal Medicine)
  • David Weinberg (Space Science)

 

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