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Sara Linse among the world’s most cited researchers

Sara Linse, on the right, with her colleague Katja Bernfur. Photo: Johan Joelsson
Sara Linse, on the right, with her colleague Katja Bernfur. Photo: Johan Joelsson

Each year, the analysis company Clarivate Analytics identifies the world’s most influential researchers ─ the select few who have been most frequently cited by their peers over the last decade. The list includes three names from Lund University, and Sara Linse, principal investigator at NanoLund, is one of them.

The Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate Analytics identifies scientists and social scientists who have demonstrated significant influence through the publication of multiple papers, highly cited by their peers, during the last decade.

“This shows that our research is important and interesting and that people read it. We published a groundbreaking discovery in 2013 linked to Alzheimer’s disease that many other research groups around the world have continued to investigate. That’s what’s makes science so fun: that many groups around the world can immerse themselves in the same subject and repeat and move on from each other’s discoveries,” says Sara Linse, Professor of Biochemistry and Structural Biology.

Three researchers from Lund University are included on the list: Sara Linse, Oskar Hansson, and Johannes Rousk.

The article of all three researchers (in Swedish)

About the list from Clarivate Analytics

The list is based on the most cited scientific articles worldwide from the years 2009 to 2019. The list identifies researchers who have had a significant influence in their respective research areas over the past decade. This year’s list includes 6,389 researchers.

The full list of the most cited researchers on the website webofscience.com