Duke, UNC researchers recognized for influence

Jun. 16, 2014 @ 10:20 AM

Dozens of professors from Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill earned recognition from Thomson Reuters as highly cited researchers. They’re among the top 1 percent most cited for their subject field and year of publication.

Professors from Duke include:

  • Benjamin Wiley, chemistry
  • Christopher Granger, clinical medicine
  • Erik Magnus Ohman, clinical medicine
  • Michael J. Pencina, clinical medicine
  • Dan Ariely, economics and business
  • Tim Bollerslev, economics and business
  • Campbell Harvey, economics and business
  • Robert Jackson, environment/ecology
  • Heather Stapleton, environment/ecology
  • Jennifer West, materials science
  • James Berger, mathematics
  • Ingrid Daubechies, mathematics
  • Bryan Cullen, microbiology
  • Barton Haynes, microbiology
  • David Montefiori, microbiology
  • Ahmad Hariri, neuroscience and behavior
  • Robert Lefkowitz, pharmacology and toxicology
  • David R. Smith, physics
  • Philip Benfey, plant and animal science
  • Xinnian Dong, plant and animal science
  • Tai-Ping Sun, plant and animal science
  • Avshalom Caspi, psychiatry/psychology
  • Honalee Harrington, psychiatry/psychology
  • Richard Keefe, psychiatry/psychology
  • Joseph Mcevoy, psychiatry/psychology
  • Terrie Moffitt, psychiatry/psychology
  • Kelly Brownell, social sciences
  • James Moody, social sciences
  • Mary Story, social sciences

Professors from UNC include:

  • Wenbin Lin, chemistry
  • John Buse, clinical medicine
  • Gerardo Heiss, clinical medicine
  • Charles M. Perou, clinical medicine
  • Sidney Smith, clinical medicine
  • Valarie Zeithaml, economics and business
  • Stanley Lemon, microbiology
  • Yun Li, molecular biology and genetics
  • Karen Mohlke, molecular biology and genetics
  • Elena Batrakova, pharmacology and toxicology
  • Alexander Kabanov, pharmacology and toxicology
  • Terry Kanakin, pharmacology and toxicology
  • Jeffery L. Dangl, plant and animal science
  • Richard Dixon, plant and animal science
  • Diana Perkins, psychiatry/psychology
  • Liesbet Hooghe, social sciences
  • Seth Noar, social sciences
  • Barry Popkin, social sciences