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Read interviews, first-person essays, profiles, and other features about people in a wide variety of fields, along with information on journals & institutions in the topic of Tuberculosis. All of the author comments below are also listed in the site-wide Author Commentaries listings (available by month/year or alphabetically).


Paul van Helden July 2009
Paul van Helden; over the past decade, the work of South Africa's Professor Paul van Helden ranks at #4 by number of papers, based on 95 papers cited a total of 1,754 times. Two of these papers also appear on the lists of the top 20 papers over the past decade and over the past two years. In addition, these two papers are designated as Highly Cited Papers in Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Thomson Reuters. In this interview, ScienceWatch.com talks with Professor van Helden about his TB research.
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Peter Andersen June 2009
Peter Andersen; In our analysis of TB research over the past decade shows that the work of Professor Peter Andersen ranks at #3 by total cites and by total number of papers, based on 104 papers cited a total of 4,135 times. In Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics, his record includes 240 papers cited a total of 6,219 times. Professor Andersen, who is Vice President of Vaccine Research and Development at Statens Serum Institut (SSI) in Copenhagen, Denmark, talks with ScienceWatch.com's Simon Mitton about his highly cited work.
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Mario Raviglione May 2009
Mario Raviglione; In our Special Topics analysis on tuberculosis (TB) research over the past decade, Dr. Mario Raviglione's work ranks at #9 by total citations, based on 49 papers cited a total of 3,593 times. In Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Thomson Reuters, Dr. Raviglione's work can be found in the field of Clinical Medicine. Dr. Raviglione is the Director of the Stop TB Department of the World Health Organization. In this interview, he talks with ScienceWatch.com correspondent Gary Taubes about his highly cited work on TB.
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Roland Brosch February 2009
Roland Brosch; In our Special Topics analysis of Tuberculosis (TB) research over the past decade, the work of Dr. Roland Brosch of the Institut Pasteur ranks at #4 by total cites and #2 by cites/paper, based on 23 papers cited a total of 3,931 times. He is also a coauthor on the papers ranked at #1 and #11 on the list of the most-cited papers from the past 10 years. In this interview, he talks with ScienceWatch.com about his work related to TB.
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Stewart Cole February 2009
Stewart Cole; In this interview, ScienceWatch.com correspondent Gary Taubes talks with the EPFL's Stewart Cole about his TB research. Professor Cole ranks at #2 by total citations, based on 51 papers cited a total of 4,662 times, in our Special Topics analysis of TB research over the past decade. He is also the lead author on the most-cited paper overall in the analysis. His work in the field of Microbiology ranks in the top 1% in Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Thomson Reuters. He is also a Highly Cited Researcher in this field.
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Gordon February 2009
Stephen Gordon; According to our Special Topics analysis of tuberculosis (TB) research over the past decade, the scientist whose work ranks at #7 by total cites is Professor Stephen Gordon, with 19 papers cited a total of 3,632 times. His record in Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics includes 40 papers, largely classified in the field of Microbiology, cited a total of 4,325 times. In this interview, Professor Gordon talks with ScienceWatch.com about his TB research.
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Dye January 2009
Christopher Dye; In our Special Topics analysis of tuberculosis research over the past decade, Dr. Christopher Dye of the World Health Organization ranks at #5 by total cites, based on 48 papers cited a total of 3,751 times. According to Essential Science IndicatorsSM from Clarivate Analytics, Dr. Dye's full citation record includes 92 papers cited a total of 4,660 times. In the interview below, he talks with ScienceWatch.com about his highly cited research.
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