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17 DZHK researchers are among the most cited scientists worldwide

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Among the most influential researchers worldwide are 17 scientists from the DZHK: Their work has been cited particularly often by specialist colleagues. They were thus included in the list of “Highly Cited Researchers 2021”.

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6,602 people from more than 70 countries made it onto the list, including 331 researchers from Germany. They belong to the one percent of the most frequently cited scientists in their field and are therefore considered to be particularly important in the research community.

List of the most cited DZHK researchers (in alphabetical order):

Ackermann, Lutz | Göttingen | Chemistry

Anker, Stefan D. | Berlin | Clinical Medicine

Daiber, Andreas | RheinMain | Cross-Field

Dimmeler, Stefanie | RheinMain | Cross-Field

Forslund, Sofia | Berlin | Biology and Biochemistry

Haberkorn, Uwe | Heidelberg/Mannheim | Clinical Medicine

Kirchhof, Paulus | Hamburg/Kiel/Lübeck | Clinical Medicine

Kuck, Karl-Heinz | Hamburg/Kiel/Lübeck| Clinical Medicine

Landmesser, Ulf | Berlin | Clinical Medicine

Mann, Matthias | München |Molecular Biology and Genetics

Münzel, Thomas | RheinMain | Cross-Field

Peters, Annette | München | Cross-Field

Pieske, Burkert | Berlin | Clinical Medicine

Rajewsky, Nikolaus | Berlin | Molecular Biology and Genetics

Theis, Fabian J. | München | Cross-Field

Thiele, Holger | Herzzentrum Leipzig – Universität Leipzig | Clinical Medicine

Weber, Christian | München | Cross-Field

Scientific papers published and cited over a period of eleven years from January 2010 to December 2020 were taken into account. Only publications in specialist journals that are included in the Web of Science ™ citation database with currently more than 21,000 international journals from the Web of Science Core Collection are included in the list. The list of “Highly Cited Researchers” has been published every year since 2001 by the US company Clarivate.

List of „Highly Cited Researchers 2021"

Quelle: Press Release Clarivate