On Wednesday, January 8, 2014 more than one hundred New York Medical College (NYMC) faculty, senior administrators and library staff celebrated the recent scholarly publications of faculty authors at the Library’s Author Recognition Event. Each year the library compiles the current articles, books and other writings of our faculty authors into both a print and online bibliography. This was the twentieth edition of the Faculty Authors’ Bibliography representing materials published from July 2012 through June 2013.
Introductory addresses were provided by Michael Wolin, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Chair of the Library and Academic Support Committee (LASCOM) and Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer, Edward C. Halperin, M.D., M.A. Special awards and certificates were presented by Diana Cunningham, M.L.S., M.P.H., Associate Dean & Director of the Health Sciences Library for special achievements (see below). Regardless of the awards, Diana always likes to remind those assembled that everyone who publishes and represents New York Medical College as an author is a winner!
Take a moment now to review the 20th edition online in either PDF and RefShare database formats. A full slide show of photos taken at the event will be available online soon. Some photos are already available on our Facebook page. We are already working on the 21st edition. Please send us your feedback OR submit the latest information about your most recent publications.
A huge thank you to everyone who participated or supported this event, notably Edward C. Halperin, M.D., M.A., William A. Steadman. All library staff co-host the event. Editors of this year’s compilation is Nina Kurzban, Cataloger, and Judith Gitlin, Assistant Director, Resources Management Division. with special thanks to Michele Tuohy, our University at Albany library school intern. For more information contact Diana Cunningham (email@example.com) or Judy Gitlin (firstname.lastname@example.org. Plans are already underway to collaborate with our Touro colleagues for next year’s edition. Submissions can be made online here on the newly redesigned Faculty Bibliography page.
1. NYMC faculty first author who published during FY2013 in the journal cited the most times as of December 2013.
Michael Phillips, M.D. Department of Medicine.
Cites: Scopus: 19 times
Science Citation Index: 16 times
Altmetrics: not yet picked up
Phillips M, Basa-Dalay V, Blais J, Bothamley G, Chaturvedi A, Modi KD, Pandya M, Natividad MPR, Patel U, Ramraje NN, Schmitt P, Udwadia ZF. Point-of-care breath test for biomarkers of active pulmonary tuberculosis. Tuberculosis (Edinb). 2012 Jul;92(4):314-20.
2. NYMC faculty author, who as a member of a team, published during FY2013 the journal article cited the most times as of December 2013.
Allen Dozor, M.D., Department of Pediatrics, part of a team of 396 collaborators
Cites: Scopus: 41 times
Science Citation Index: 31 times
Altmetrics: 371, which puts the article in the top 5% of all articles ranked by attention
Fu W, O’Connor TD, Jun G, Kang HM, Abecasis G, Leal SM, Gabriel S, Rieder MJ, Altshuler D, Shendure J, Nickerson DA, Bamshad MJ, NHLBI Exome Sequencing Project (including Dozor AJ). Analysis of 6,515 exomes reveals the recent origin of most human protein-coding variants. Nature. 2013 Jan;493(7431):216-20.
3. NYMC faculty author who published during FY2013 in the journal with the highest impact factor (IF): (Must be original research, exclusive of letters, correspondence, etc.)
New England Journal of Medicine: 51.658
Robert B. Nadelman, M.D., Medicine
Dionysios Liveris, Ph.D., Microbiology and Immunology
John Nowakowski, M.D., Medicine
Donna McKenna, M.S., Medicine
Ira Schwartz, Ph.D., Microbiology and Immunology
Gary B. Wormser, M.D., Medicine
Nadelman RB+, Hanincova K, Mukherjee P, Liveris D+,Nowakowski J+,McKenna D+, Brisson D, Cooper D, Bittker S, Madison G, Holmgren D, Schwartz I+,Wormser GP+. Differentiation of reinfection from relapse in recurrent lyme disease. N Engl J Med. 2012 Nov;367(20):1883-90.
4. NYMC faculty who authored a comprehensive text (aka a book or monograph) during the FY2013.
Whole Book Authors (8)
Citrome L. Handbook of treatment-resistant schizophrenia. London, UK: Springer Healthcare; 2013.
Faulkner DL. Basic study designs in epidemiology: concept maps to stimulate learning. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace; 2012.
Faulkner DL. The epidemiologist’s apprentice: your study guide on measures of disease occurrence. Charleston, SC: CreateSpace; 2012.
Galst JM, Van Alfen PG. Ophthalmologia: optica et visio in nummis. Piribebuy, Paraguay; New York: JP Wayenborgh; American Numismatic Society; 2013.
Mehta RK, Kalra RM. Strategies for awareness & prevention of HIV/AIDS among African-Americans: a handbook. Bloomington, IN: Xlibris Corp.; 2012.
Omura Y. How to detect diseases from the human face [Japanese]. 1st ed. Tokyo, Japan: Bungei-sha; 2012. p. 240.
Omura Y. How to detect diseases from the human face [Japanese]. 2nd ed. Tokyo, Japan: Bungei-sha; 2013. p. 240.
Tejani N. I hear a song in my head: a memoir in stories of love, fear, doctoring, and flight. Washington, D.C.: New Academia; 2012.
Whole Book Edited (8)
Aronow WS, editor. Artery bypass. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech; 2013.
Aronow WS, Fleg JL, Rich MW, editors. Tresch and Aronow’s cardiovascular disease in the elderly. 5th ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 2013 [c2014].
Boyle P, Boffetta P, Lowenfels AB, Burns H, Brawley O, Zatonski W, Rehm J, editors. Alcohol: science, policy, and public health. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2013.
Cairo MS, Perkins SL, editors. Hematological malignancies in children, adolescents and young adults. Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific; 2012.
Halperin EC, Wazer DE, Perez CA, Brady LW, editors. Perez and Brady’s principles and practice of radiation oncology. 6th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2013.
Hark L, Ashton K, Deen D, editors. The nurse practitioner’s guide to nutrition. 2nd ed. Ames, Iowa: Wiley-Blackwell; 2013.
Levounis P, Drescher J, Barber ME, editors. The LGBT casebook. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing; 2012.
Sim PS, Caton D, McGoldrick KE, Snider P, Reilly FA, editors. The heritage of anesthesia: Patrick Sim’s annotated bibliography of the Rare Book Collection of the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology. Park Ridge, IL: Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology; 2012.
5. NYMC faculty author whose support enabled the library to accomplish its vision and mission:
This year we give this award to a person who has been extraordinarily supportive of the library and an advocate of the attainment of information management competencies. Together over 15 years ago together we launched the first thesis prep sessions for Masters’ students in the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences – a program that continues to be held annually and has grown to 5 sessions. This faculty member routinely refers students to the library for assistance with their information searches, is currently supporting our conceptualization of a university writing center co-supported by the library, and has plans to include his librarian liaison in addressing our competencies in the medical school Biostatistics course. For all this and more, this award goes to:
Dr. Fred Moy, Ph.D., MBA
Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology and
Director, Master of Science Programs in Experimental Pathology
Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences
Department of Pathology
Also, awards were given to the percent of published authors by academic department. Top winners were as follows:
- Basic Sciences Departments: Department of Physiology with 53% of their faculty published during the 2013 academic year.
- Clinical Departments: Department of Pathology with 34% of their faculty published during the 2013 academic year.
- School of Health Sciences and Practice: Environmental Health Sciences and Epidemiology and Community Health shared the top honors.
All received a bottle of kosher wine to share with their colleagues.
Special mention of course and clerkship directors and acknowledgement of those who published during the 2013 academic year: Drs. Thompson, Sharma, Moy, Geliebter, Stallings, and Marks.
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