Internal Medicine’s Impact Scholars

In its ongoing effort to recognize our superlative scholarship, the Carver College of Medicine has announced its annual Impact Scholars. These researchers are selected based on the Hirsch index, also known as the H-index, which represents the number of research papers a faculty member has published, and the papers’ impact as determined by how many times they have been cited by other scientists and scholars in subsequent research articles.

Carver College of Medicine Impact Scholars are faculty who have achieved H-index scores of 100 or higher (“gold” level) and 50 or higher (“silver” level).

The following Internal Medicine faculty achieved Impact Scholar silver-level distinction during the 2022 calendar year:

Loreen Herwaldt, MD
Infectious Diseases

Kaikobad Irani, MD
Cardiovascular Medicine

Mary Wilson, MD
Infectious Diseases

These three join a growing list of researchers, nearly twenty now, within our department to earn this achievement. Congratulations to these outstanding scholars on the tremendous impact their work has made and this well-deserved recognition.

At this same event, the college also recognized three teaching award winners in our department.

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