NYMC faculty authors celebrate!

On Thursday, January 12, 2012, sixty attendees gathered at the 18th New York Medical College (NYMC) faculty author recognition event in the Health Sciences Library. This event toasts the scholarly publications of 418 authors in 1058 items during the 2010/2011 academic year. It is a true celebration and sharing among colleagues.

A complete photo archive of this invitational event are posted at: http://library.nymc.edu/bibliog/2012/.

The heart of the event is to recognize the contributions of faculty to our scientific body of knowledge. Every author is a “winner,” but special awards are given each year for particularly noteworthy achievements. Below are this year’s awardees; NYMC faculty author names are in bold. The completed bibliography of publications, as well as the back files to 1993, is available in PDF format and searchable via a RefShare database. Copies of this year’s journal articles are on display in the library along with the published books and book chapters. If you are nearby, please stop in to browse.

Congratulations to all authors and heartfelt thanks to everyone who attended this year’s celebration. Special thanks to Ralph A. O’Connell, M.D., Provost and Dean, along with the Office of Academic Administration, who co-sponsor this event. Special gratitude goes to Elsevier Science and McGraw Hill for sponsoring this annual library event.

— Diana Cunningham, MLS, MPH, Associate Dean and Director, Health Sciences Library, NYMC.

 


 

1. NYMC faculty first author who published during FY2011 in the journal cited the most times as of December, 2011. [note: two papers with variant citation reporting]

Romano Alicia A, Allanson JE, Dahlgren J, Gelb BD, Hall B, Pierpont ME, Roberts AE, Robinson W, Takemoto CM, Noonan JA. Noonan

Diana Cunningham presents Allen Dozor with his award as Wilbert S. Aronow looks on.

syndrome: clinical features, diagnosis, and management guidelines. Pediatrics 2010 Oct;126(4):746-59. Science Citation Index: 8, Scopus: 14

Dozor Allen J.The role of oxidative stress in the pathogenesis and treatment of asthma. Ann NY Acad Sci 2010 Aug;1203:133-7. Science Citation Index: 11, Scopus: 13
2. NYMC faculty author, who as a member of a team published during FY2011 the journal article cited the most times as of December, 2011:
Yu AL, Gilman AL, Ozkaynak, M. Fevzi,London WB, Kreissman SG, Chen HX, Smith M, Anderson B, Villablanca JG, Matthay KK, Shimada H, Grupp SA, Seeger R, Reynolds CP, Buxton A, Reisfeld RA, Gillies SD, Cohn SL, Maris JM, Sondel PM. Anti-GD2 antibody with GM-CSF, interleukin-2, and isotretinoin for neuroblastoma. New Engl J Med 2010 Sep;363(14):1324-34. SCI: 34, Scopus: 42.
3. NYMC faculty author who published during FY2011 in the journal with the highest impact factor (IF):
Original article: New England Journal of Medicine IF=53.486Yu AL, Gilman AL, Ozkaynak MF,London WB, Kreissman SG, Chen HX, Smith M, Anderson B, Villablanca JG, Matthay KK, Shimada H, Grupp SA, Seeger R, Reynolds CP, Buxton A, Reisfeld RA, Gillies SD, Cohn SL, Maris JM, Sondel PM. Anti-GD2 antibody with GM-CSF, interleukin-2, and isotretinoin for neuroblastoma. New Engl J Med 2010 Sep;363(14):1324-34.

Correspondance:

Koppel Barbara S, Chiechi Maria+. Epidural analgesia for labor and delivery. New Engl J Med 2010 Jul;363(4):394-5.

4. NYMC faculty author who published during FY2010, in an open access journal with the highest impact factor.

Emerging Infectious Diseases, IF=6.859

Joseph Julie T, Roy SS, Shams N, Visintainer P, Nadelman RB, Hosur S, Nelson J, Wormser GP. Babesiosis in Lower Hudson Valley, New York, USA. Emerg Infect Dis 2011 May;17(5):843-7.

5. NYMC faculty who authored a comprehensive text during FY2011:

Arno, Peter,

Willima Frishman approaches the podium.

 Viola, Deborah, Shi, Qiuhu. MetLife study of caregiving costs to working caregivers: double jeopardy for baby boomers caring for their parents.

Barker JA, Garrick, Rene, et al. eds. Year book of medicine, 2010.

Bertin, Mark. The family ADHD solution: a scientific approach to maximizing your child’s attention and minimizing parental stress.

DeTurk, William. Cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy: an evidence-based approach.

Frishman, William H, Sica DA, eds. Cardiovascular pharmacotherapeutics. 3rd ed.

Goligorsky, Michael, ed. Regenerative nephrology.

Gusmano, Michael, et al. Health care in world cities.

Lahita, Robert G, et al editors. Systemic lupus erythematosus. 5th ed.

Legome, Eric, Shockley L eds. Trauma: a comprehensive emergency medicine approach.

Quinn, Lori, Goreon J. Documentation for rehabilitation: a guide to clinical decision making, 2nd ed.

Schoenholtz Jack C. The managed healthcare industry – a market failure.
Weinreb RN, Liebmann Jeffrey M, eds. Medical treatment of glaucoma: the 7th Consensus Report of the World Glaucoma Association.

5. NYMC faculty author whose support enabled the library to accomplish its vision and mission:

Penny Liberatos, Ph.D., Department of Epidemiology and Community Health Science, for her work with staff to apply the library’s informatics competencies in a specific course.

Wilbert S. Aronow, M.D., Department of Medicine, for his numerous scholarly publications, mentoring of fellows and residents, extensive use of our research resources, and expert advice to library staff on any/all research questions, we acknowledge his contributions to the Health Sciences Library.

6. NYMC academic department with the highest percentage of published faculty during FY2009/2010:

Penny Liberatos, recipient of an award for collaborating with the library to promote information management competencies.

Basic medical sciences: 1st prize: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: 66%

Clinical department: 1st prize: Otolaryngology, 25.39%

School of Health Sciences and Practice: 1st prize, Environmental Health Science, 30%

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