MORRISTOWN, NJ – Philippe Géneréux, MD, Co-Director of the Structural Heart Program at Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center and an interventional cardiologist internationally known for his novel research, has been named a Highly Cited Researcher by the Web of Science Group.
Only one in 1,000 scientists receive this designation, and Dr. Géneréux’s papers have been ranked in the top one percent of citations for clinical medicine over the past decade by his peers and colleagues, according to Web of Science. Dr. Géneréux has been published more than 430 times in peer-reviewed cardiology journals, and has been cited nearly 11,000 times.
Of the world’s population of scientists and social scientists, Highly Cited Researchers are only one in 1,000.
“I am passionate about investigating new therapies, devices, and guidelines that drive better outcomes and ultimately save more lives for our patients,” said Dr. Géneréux. “It is critical that physician researchers continue to investigate new ways to treat cardiac diseases and issues and share the results broadly. I am honored that the work my teams and I have published has been cited by our peers in their own research and have helped advance medicine.”
Since 2002, the "Highly Cited Researchers" list has identified global research scientists and social scientists who have demonstrated exceptional influence—reflected through their publication of multiple papers frequently cited by their peers during the last decade. This year’s list continues to recognize researchers whose citation records position them in the very highest strata of influence and impact, as it includes 23 Nobel laureates.
Researchers across the world eagerly anticipate the launch of the Highly Cited Researchers list each year and hundreds of universities also celebrate the inclusion of their own researchers on the list.