AD Scientific Index 2021

United States Scientist and University Rankings 2021

Total 206.629 scientist, 1 country, 2.031 university
AD Scientific Index - Scientist Rankings - 2021 H INDEX i10 INDEX CITATION
University Country Region World Name
Country University Subject Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total
1 1 1 1 Ronald C Kessler *

United States
Harvard University Medical and Health Sciences / Psychiatry
Psychiatric Epidemiology|
312 194 0.622 1158 930 0.803 462909 181179 0.391
2 2 2 3 Joann E Manson *

United States
Harvard University Medical and Health Sciences / Endocrinology and Metabolism
Endocrinology|Epidemiology|Cardiovascular Disease|Diabetes|Women's health|
300 165 0.550 1338 1166 0.871 380714 134311 0.353
1 3 3 4 Graham Colditz *

United States
Washington University Saint Louis Medical and Health Sciences / Epidemiology and Public Health
Epidemiology|Cancer Prevention|Health Outcomes|
298 144 0.483 1246 966 0.775 364629 89475 0.245
1 4 4 5 Robert Langer *

United States
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Engineering & Technology / Bioengineering
drug delivery|tissue engineering|biomaterials|nanotechnology|chemistry|
294 170 0.578 1821 1350 0.741 353549 132097 0.374
3 5 5 7 Frank B Hu *

United States
Harvard University Medical and Health Sciences / Epidemiology and Public Health
282 206 0.730 1315 1218 0.926 392645 211854 0.540
1 6 6 9 Huanzhao Liu *

United States
Indiana University Bloomington Natural Sciences / Physics
Experimental Particle Physics|Collider Physics|
277 208 0.751 2104 1753 0.833 400885 245917 0.613
1 7 9 12 Michael Karin

United States
University of California San Diego Medical and Health Sciences / Pharmacology
Molecular Biology|Immunology|Cancer Biology|Signal Transduction|
266 133 0.500 654 514 0.786 300941 77633 0.258
1 8 10 13 Zhong Lin Wang

United States
Georgia Institute of Technology Engineering & Technology / Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
nanogenerator|self-powered sensors/systems|blue energy|piezotronics|piezo-phototronics|
263 195 0.741 1778 1559 0.877 294600 163325 0.554
1 9 11 14 Richard A Flavell

United States
Yale University Medical and Health Sciences / Immunology
Immunology|
257 134 0.521 1163 822 0.707 247650 72294 0.292
1 10 12 17 James Brau *

United States
University of Oregon Natural Sciences / Physics
particle physics|
249 196 0.787 1669 1293 0.775 312632 199079 0.637
1 11 13 21 Robert J Lefkowitz

United States
Duke University Medical and Health Sciences / Biochemistry
GPCRs|Structural biology|Biochemistry|Arrestins|Drug discovery|
244 84 0.344 808 419 0.519 211429 34205 0.162
4 12 14 24 Peter Libby *

United States
Harvard University Medical and Health Sciences / Epidemiology and Public Health
medicine|cardiology|atherosclerosis|immunology|
236 124 0.525 774 601 0.776 252130 82528 0.327
1 13 15 25 Stephane Willocq *

United States
University of Massachusetts Amherst Natural Sciences / Physics
particle physics|
235 182 0.774 1516 1134 0.748 291593 171828 0.589
1 14 16 26 Alice Bean *

United States
University of Kansas Natural Sciences / Physics
experimental particle physics|science policy|
234 173 0.739 1660 1142 0.688 272254 139231 0.511
2 15 19 31 Younan Xia

United States
Georgia Institute of Technology Engineering & Technology / Chemical Engineering
Nanomaterials|Biomedicine|Imaging|Energy|Catalysis|
232 146 0.629 772 688 0.891 223397 86853 0.389
1 16 20 33 Joseph E. Stiglitz

United States
Columbia University New York Economics & Econometrics / Economics
231 131 0.567 1345 831 0.618 364336 106483 0.292
1 17 21 35 Robert W Gardner Jr *

United States
University of Chicago Natural Sciences / Physics
High Energy Physics|Distributed Computing|Advanced Cyberinfrastructure|
230 166 0.722 1829 1158 0.633 303128 162015 0.534
2 18 22 36 Eric Torrence *

United States
University of Oregon Natural Sciences / Physics
High Energy Physics|Particle Physics|Physics|
230 170 0.739 1562 1138 0.729 276393 152298 0.551
2 19 23 38 Mark Oreglia *

United States
University of Chicago Natural Sciences / Physics
particle physics|
230 176 0.765 1345 957 0.712 259677 147418 0.568
1 20 24 39 John Rutherfoord *

United States
University of Arizona Natural Sciences / Physics
Experimental Partical Physics|
229 176 0.769 1424 1059 0.744 262653 147786 0.563
5 21 25 40 David J Hunter *

United States
Harvard University Medical and Health Sciences / Epidemiology and Public Health
Cancer Epidemiology|Genetic Epidemiology|Nutritional Epidemiology|Global Health|
228 139 0.610 1145 924 0.807 288456 134582 0.467
6 22 26 41 Eric Rimm *

United States
Harvard University Medical and Health Sciences / Epidemiology and Public Health
Professor of Epidemiology|
228 131 0.575 806 723 0.897 261899 107031 0.409
2 23 28 43 Carlo Dallapiccola *

United States
University of Massachusetts Amherst Natural Sciences / Physics
experimental high energy physics|experimental particle physics|
227 172 0.758 1396 1017 0.729 249028 140644 0.565
1 24 29 44 Joey Huston *

United States
Michigan State University Natural Sciences / Physics
high energy physics|particle physics|
226 160 0.708 1368 940 0.687 347835 162006 0.466
1 25 31 47 A Bodek *

United States
University of Rochester Natural Sciences / Physics
Particle Physics|
225 152 0.676 1518 1011 0.666 253786 120321 0.474
1 26 32 49 Ronald M Evans

United States
Salk Institute Natural Sciences / Biological Science
gene control transcription hormones nuclear receptors metabolism
223 108 0.484 667 457 0.685 215684 41239 0.191
2 27 33 50 Vivek A. Sharma *

United States
University of California San Diego Natural Sciences / Physics
Particle Physics|Experiment|
222 161 0.725 1560 1038 0.665 253629 135377 0.534
2 28 34 51 Elliott Cheu *

United States
University of Arizona Natural Sciences / Physics
Particle Physics|
222 179 0.806 1072 841 0.785 249553 148501 0.595
1 29 35 52 Kaushik De *

United States
University of Texas Arlington Natural Sciences / Physics
Experimental particle physics|
222 173 0.779 1292 1013 0.784 245882 139932 0.569
1 30 36 53 Stephen V Faraone *

United States
State University of New York Upstate Medical University Medical and Health Sciences / Psychiatry
Child psychiatric disorders|
222 116 0.523 1174 872 0.743 188254 63446 0.337
1 31 37 54 Andrei Gritsan *

United States
Johns Hopkins University Natural Sciences / Physics
Particle Physics|
221 165 0.747 1538 1188 0.772 283921 152137 0.536
1 32 38 55 Krzysztof Sliwa *

United States
Tufts University Natural Sciences / Physics
elementary particles|gemetry/topology of universe|
221 151 0.683 1382 939 0.679 247086 122194 0.495
1 33 39 58 Sridhara Dasu *

United States
University of Wisconsin Madison Natural Sciences / Physics
Particle Physics|
221 160 0.724 1513 1176 0.777 218499 117746 0.539
1 34 40 65 Yi Cui

United States
Stanford University Engineering & Technology / Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
nanotechnology|energy|environment|2D materials|nanobio|
219 197 0.900 694 658 0.948 211618 137859 0.651
2 35 42 67 Irving Weissman

United States
Stanford University Natural Sciences / Molecular Biology & Genetics
stem cells|immunology|cancer|developmental biology|phylogeny|
219 125 0.571 858 547 0.638 208597 60982 0.292
3 36 43 68 John PA Ioannidis *

United States
Stanford University Medical and Health Sciences / Biostatistics
meta-research|clinical epidemiology|evidence-based medicine|research methods|meta-analysis|
218 155 0.711 1095 921 0.841 372518 262801 0.705
3 37 44 74 David M Strom *

United States
University of Oregon Natural Sciences / Physics
Particle Physics|High Energy Physics|
216 152 0.704 1320 789 0.598 223998 105864 0.473
2 38 45 75 Haleh Hadavand *

United States
University of Texas Arlington Natural Sciences / Physics
High Energy Physics at the Energy Frontier|
216 170 0.787 1020 846 0.829 213448 134666 0.631
1 39 46 76 Mark Neubauer *

United States
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Natural Sciences / Physics
Particle Physics|Machine Learning|Scientific Computing|
216 168 0.778 1173 920 0.784 197918 113952 0.576
2 40 47 78 Harlan Krumholz

United States
Yale University Medical and Health Sciences / Cardiology
health and health care|
215 134 0.623 1049 852 0.812 261092 120616 0.462
2 41 48 79 Lei Layla Li *

United States
Duke University Natural Sciences / Physics
Experimental high energy physics|Particle physics|
215 170 0.791 1651 1275 0.772 239631 146625 0.612
2 42 49 81 Duncan Carlsmith *

United States
University of Wisconsin Madison Natural Sciences / Physics
Elementary Particle Physics|
215 142 0.660 1223 827 0.676 211642 94717 0.448
7 43 50 83 Mark Daly

United States
Harvard University Natural Sciences / Molecular Biology & Genetics
Genetics|
214 157 0.734 584 499 0.854 331889 160562 0.484
1 44 51 85 Frank Geurts *

United States
Rice University Natural Sciences / Physics
heavy-ion physics|high-energy nuclear physics|
214 164 0.766 1049 955 0.910 198511 120975 0.609
1 45 52 90 Alan Heeger *

United States
University of California Santa Barbara Natural Sciences / Physics
Semiconducting and metallic polymers|
212 103 0.486 1061 507 0.478 231107 57974 0.251
1 46 53 92 Heather Gray *

United States
University of California Berkeley Natural Sciences / Physics
particle physics|
212 176 0.830 869 810 0.932 210664 141190 0.670
2 47 54 96 Philip Baringer *

United States
University of Kansas Natural Sciences / Physics
experimental particle physics|high energy physics|collider physics|
211 157 0.744 1556 1074 0.690 215274 113805 0.529
3 48 55 99 Christophe Royon *

United States
University of Kansas Natural Sciences / Physics
QCD|saturation|dark matter|extra-dimensions|fast timing detectors|
210 157 0.748 1232 911 0.739 192806 105696 0.548
3 49 56 100 Vyacheslav Krutelyov *

United States
University of California San Diego Natural Sciences / Physics
High Energy Physics|Experimental|
210 156 0.743 1171 929 0.793 190760 110747 0.581
1 50 57 101 Virginia Lee

United States
University of Pennsylvania Medical and Health Sciences / Pathology
Neurodegenerative disorders|
210 126 0.600 871 648 0.744 177752 69094 0.389