Alan Philips, Maria José Calhorda, Margarida Amaral, Miquéias Lopes-Pacheco and Rui Malhó are the five BioISI Researchers among the list of those who were higly-cited in 2021, according to Elsevier and Clarivate (Web of Science) rankings.

The article “September 2022 data update for ‘Updating the databases of authors of standardized citation indicators‘”, published by Elsevier, presents the databases with the most cited scientists worldwide in 2021 and points out the names of Alan Philips, Margarida Amaral, Miquéias Lopes-Pacheco as being part of the most influent scientists in the year of 2021 as they are part of the top 2% most cited in their scientific fields. Additionally, the same article reveals that Alan Philips, Maria José Calhorda, Margarida Amaral and Rui Malhó belong to the group of the top 2% most-cited researchers throughout their careers (including also the year of 2021).

The BioISI researcher Alan Philips is also part of another list,  produced by Clarivate, that identifies the top 1% by citations per scientific field in the year of 2021, using the papers associated to the Web of Science platform.

Congratulations to all these BioISI researchers for the results. Also, special word of gratitude for all BioISI researchers, who, even if not mentioned in these databases, contribute everyday to the progress of Science in our institute! May you keep your enthusiasm and hard-work to continue producing high-quality research in 2023!