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in-cites, September 2001 - Citing URL:

Go behind the scenes of highly cited research in these interviews and first-person essays featuring highly cited researchers, papers, institutions, journals and countries in a variety of fields. Updated monthly.

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Dr. Michael KastanDr. Michael Kastan talks about his highly cited work with p53 and cancer. Seven of his papers have been cited a total of 7,832 times, placing him among the top 20 most-cited scientists of the 1990s...Read the article
Dr. Carl NathanDr. Carl Nathan, Stanton Griffis Professor of Medicine at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University, talks about the teachers and experiences that have shaped his career...Read the article
Dr. Philip G. Reeves Dr. Philip G. Reeves of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center discusses his highly cited work in the field of agriculture...Read the article
Dr. Henk A. van der VorstDr. Henk A. van der Vorst discusses what influenced his decision to pursue a career in mathematics and what led him to produce his highly cited work...Read the article
South Korea In output of published papers, South Korea now surpasses Taiwan and other neighbors in the Pacific Rim...Read the article
Food Chemistry Managing Editor of Food Chemistry, Gordon Birch, talks about the journal’s citation record and its role in the specific fields of interest to the food scientist and technologist...Read the article
Indiana University (Immunology)Current ESI data show that Indiana University has 300 papers with a total of 4,237 citations to its credit in immunology. Hal Broxmeyer, Ph.D., chairman of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Indiana University and Scientific Director of the Walther Oncology Center, provides some insight into this dramatic rise in the university’s contribution to the field of immunology and related areas of clinical and basic research...Read the article
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