The ICTS Tracking & Evaluation team executes annual point-in-time collection and evaluation of data from publications authored by investigators who benefited from ICTS cores and services. Various qualitative and quantitative methods are used to examine the scientific productivity of ICTS members and the impact of scholarly work. Data from publications authored by ICTS members and publications that acknowledge WU CTSA awards is collected from several databases on an annual basis using Elsevier Scopus and SciVal, Clarivate Analytics Web of Science, and MEDLINE®/PubMed®.

ICTS Member Scientific Productivity in 2019

1,806 ICTS members (77% of active members) published in 2019, resulting in 4,819 publications which earned 87,776 views in Scopus

Nearly 1 out of 4 ICTS publications were in the 10% most cited publications worldwide

Publications earned 33,676 total citations, an average of 7.0 citations per publication

Journal articles covered these subject areas

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1,802 unique journal titles were represented, including these top 11 journals

Article authors represented 2,447 institutions worldwide, 49 States, and all CTSA Hubs

Statistics calculated as of November 2020. Data from publications authored by ICTS members and publications that acknowledge WU CTSA awards are collected from several databases on an annual basis using Elsevier Scopus & SciVal, Clarivate Analytics Web of Science, & MEDLINE®/PubMed®. Views in Scopus represent the sum of abstract views and clicks on the link to view full-text.


2019 Keyphrase Analysis Map for ICTS Publications

The top 50 keywords represented by the 2019 publications are noted in the Keyphrase Analysis Mapfrom SciVal.Please refer to the Elsevier Fingerprint Engine guidance for more information.

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