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Ludwig scientists named to Thomson Reuters’ list of world’s most influential scientific minds
Nine Ludwig scientists were named to Thomson Reuters’ 2015 listing of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds,” a report featuring researchers around the world who have made the most significant global impact within their respective fields.
The annual listing represents an analysis of approximately 9 million researchers based on their output of highly-cited papers. The more than 3,000 scientists included are recognized as those most often cited by fellow scientists in their respective fields over an 11-year period. As the report ranks researchers on citations made by their colleagues, being named to the list signifies distinction in the eyes of fellow researchers.
We extend our warmest congratulations to this group of accomplished Ludwig researchers on their well-deserved recognition.
Ludwig scientists featured in the list include:
- Bradley Bernstein, Ludwig Harvard, Molecular Biology
- Don Cleveland, Ludwig San Diego, Neuroscience and Behavior
- George Demetri, Ludwig Harvard, Clinical Medicine
- Jeffrey Engelman, Ludwig Harvard, Clinical Medicine
- Rakesh Jain, Ludwig Harvard, Clinical Medicine
- Bing Ren, Ludwig San Diego, Molecular Biology and Genetics
- Alexander Rudensky, Ludwig Memorial Sloan Kettering, Immunology
- Arlene Sharpe, Ludwig Harvard, Immunology
- Bob Weinberg, Ludwig MIT, Molecular Biology and Genetics