11 November 2022
Editorial Board Members from Cardiogenetics Featured in Stanford’s List of the World’s Top 2% Scientists

Stanford University has recently published an update of the list of the top 2% most widely cited scientists, the World’s Top 2% Scientists. The time node of the statistical data of this list is from 1960 to 2022, and it is divided into two lists: "Lifetime Scientific Influence Ranking" and "2022 Annual Scientific Influence Ranking". The "Lifetime Scientific Influence Ranking" counts the comprehensive influence performance of scientists during their careers, and the "2022 Annual Influence Ranking" focuses on highlighting the academic influence of scientists in the previous year. This ranking, considered the most prestigious worldwide, is based on the bibliometric information contained in the Scopus database and includes more than 200,000 researchers from the more than 10 million scientists considered to be active worldwide, with 22 scientific fields and 176 subfields taken into account.

We are pleased to share that 11 Editorial Board Members from MDPI’s journal Cardiogenetics (ISSN: 2035-8148) were featured in Stanford University’s list of the World’s Top 2% Scientists in 2022.

Name Affiliation
Prof. Dr. Antonio Pelliccia Institute of Sport Medicine and Science, Italy
Dr. Claudio Rapezzi University of Bologna, Italy
Prof. Dr. Demosthenes G. Katritsis Comprehensive Cardiology Care at Hygeia Hospital, Greece
Prof. Dr. Eloisa Arbustini Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases and Molecular Genetic Laboratory, Italy
Dr. Iacopo Olivotto Careggi University Hospital, Italy
Prof. Dr. Jeffrey A. Towbin University of Tennessee, USA
Dr. Lia Crotti IRCCS Istituto Auxologico Italiano, Italy
Dr. Marco Tartaglia IRCCS Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Italy
Prof. Dr. Maria Cristina Digilio Bambino Gesù Pediatric Hospital, Italy
Prof. Dr. Nicole Soranzo Wellcome Genome Campus, UK
Dr. Philippe Charron Sorbonne Universite, France

The latest Stanford rankings reflect the significant influence and research excellence of the scientists, who are committed to furthering their knowledge for the benefit of the world.

We would like to congratulate our Editorial Board Members on their excellent achievement and thank them for their immense contribution to the scientific progression and development of Cardiogenetics.

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