November 16, 2022

DGSOM faculty members named among the world’s most influential researchers

Faculty members from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA were included in the Highly Cited Researchers list for 2022, compiled annually by analytics firm Clarivate. The list identifies researchers whose work has been cited most often in papers published by other researchers in their fields over the past decade. Researchers on the list have authored studies that rank in the top 1 percent in the number of scholarly citations worldwide.

In total, 39 UCLA faculty members were named to the list.

Nasim Annabi, chemical and biomolecular engineering

Matthew Budoff, medicine

Jun Chen, bioengineering

Bartosz Chmielowski, medicine

Giovanni Coppola, psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences

Xiangfeng Duan, inorganic chemistry

Bruce Dunn, materials science and engineering

David Eisenberg, biochemistry

Richard Finn, medicine

Gregg Fonarow, medicine

Edward Garon, medicine

Daniel Geschwind, neurology

T. Gonen, biological chemistry

Michael Green, psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences

Sander Greenland, statistics and epidemiology

Steve Horvath, biostatistics and human genetics

Elaine Hsiao, integrative biology

Yu Huang, materials science and engineering

Michael Jerrett, environmental health sciences

Richard Kaner, inorganic chemistry

Baljit Khakh, physiology

Nathan Kraft, ecology and evolutionary biology

David Liebeskind, neurology

Yuzhang Li, chemical and biomolecular engineering

Aldons Lusis, medicine

Carol Mangione, medicine

Bengt Muthen, education

Aydogan Ozcan, electrical engineering

Mason Porter, mathematics

Steven Reise, psychology

Antoni Ribas, medicine

Lawren Sack, ecology and evolutionary biology

Jeffrey Saver, neurology

Michael Sawaya, molecular biology

Michael Sofroniew, neurobiology

Marc Suchard, human genetics

Christopher Tang, business administration

Edward Wright, astronomy

Yang Yang, materials science and engineering

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