Dawson Among 54 Duke Faculty Recognized for Prominent Research
List recognizes 'researchers with broad community influence'
DIBS Director Geraldine Dawson is among 54 of Duke's most prominent researchers, named to the 2019 list of Highly Cited Researchers. The list's goal, according to the compiler's website, is to recognize, "the world's most influential researchers ... demonstrated by the production of multiple highly cited papers."
Dr. Dawson, who also directs the Duke Center for Autism and Behavioral Development, was listed in the category, "Cross-Field," meaning her work is multidisciplinary. Twenty-three others at Duke also are listed similarly. Full story in Duke Today.
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