Five researchers from Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) are among “the world’s most influential scientific minds,” according to the 2015 Thomson Reuters list of most-cited researchers.
Dean Dr. Sandro Galea MD. DrPH, MPH is listed in the category of “Social Sciences, General.”
The “Clinical Medicine” category includes four SPH professors:
- Dr. Martin Larson, SD, is research professor of biostatistics at BUSPH, research professor of mathematics & statistics at the BU College of Arts & Sciences, and research associate professor of medicine at the BU School of Medicine.
- Dr. Emelia J. Benjamin, MD is professor of epidemiology at BUSPH and professor of medicine at the School of Medicine.
- Dr. Ralph B. D’Agostino Jr., PhD, is professor of epidemiology at BUSPH, professor of mathematics & statistics and executive director of the biostatistics program at the College of Arts & Sciences, and professor at the BU School of Law.
- Dr. Vasan S. Ramachandran, MD, is professor of epidemiology at BUSPH and professor and chief of the medical school’s Section of Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology.
“This is a wonderful recognition of the outstanding contributions that these members of our faculty have made toward advancing the field of public health,” says Dr. Michael McClean, ScD, associate dean for research and faculty advancement.
To read more about the honors, go to: http://www.bu.edu/sph/2016/03/01/sph-researchers-among-worlds-most-influential-minds/