QAAFI's highly cited researchers in 2016

21 November 2016

Congratulations to QAAFI’s Professor Ben Hayes (Centre for Animal Science) and Professor Christine Beveridge (Affiliated Professor at Centre for Plant Science) and Professor Kemal Kazan (Honorary Professor at Centre for Plant Science) who have made the 2016 Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate Analytics, formerly the IP & Science division of Thomson Reuters, reflecting their global influence and impact.

Professor Ben Hayes
Professorial Research Fellow
QAAFI Centre for Animal Science

Professor Christine Beveridge
Affiliated Professor 
QAAFI Centre for Plant Science

Professor Kemal Kazan
Honorary Professor
QAAFI Centre for Plant Science

Thirteen UQ researchers were named on the highly cited list, a good result for the University – the second highest listing of all Australian academic institutions after the University of Melbourne.

The Highly Cited Researchers website names more than 3,000 researchers with global influence and impact. The list is based on publication and citation figures drawn from Essential Science IndicatorsSM (ESI), a component of the Web of Science™. Among its assorted features and metrics, ESI tracks papers published in the last decade that by citations rank in the top 1% for their respective years of publication in each of 22 main subject fields. These are designated “Highly Cited Papers,” More than 128,000 were identified for the years 2004 to 2014.

Read more about the listings of highly cited scientists

The Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI) is a research institute of The University of Queensland supported by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.