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Five NMIN researchers among the most “Highly Cited”

L to R: Drs. Robert Hancock, Edward Sargent, Pieter Cullis, John Marshall and David Wishart.

Five NMIN researchers are numbered among the scholars listed in the 14th edition of “Highly Cited Researchers”—those with an h-index over 100—published by the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities.

Among the 4730 scholars in the list were: Dr. Robert Hancock (UBC; NMIN investigator); Dr. Edward Sargent (University of Toronto; NMIN collaborator); Dr. Pieter Cullis (UBC; NMIN Scientific Director & CEO); Dr. John Marshall (University of Toronto; NMIN collaborator); and Dr. David Wishart (University of Alberta; NMIN investigator).

Robert E W Hancock

ranking: 308

h-index: 167

citations: 109592

Edward Sargent

ranking: 910

h-index: 139

citations: 76196

Pieter R Cullis

ranking: 1941

h-index: 121

citations: 56958

John C Marshall

ranking: 2519

h-index: 114

citations: 120622

David Wishart

ranking: 2640

h-index: 113

citations: 85726

The “Webometrics Ranking of World Universities” is an initiative of the Cybermetrics Lab, a research group belonging to the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), the largest public research body in Spain. It tracks scientific activity online. Its “Highly Cited Researchers (h>100)” draws its data from the Google Scholar Citations public profiles of living scientists. The latest edition of this measure is based on data collected in early March 2021.