CTI publication outputs

CTI publications span a wide range of research areas. The figure below uses Scopus/SciVal’s broad subject categories to show the areas current CTI staff have published in since 2014. Table 1 provides a more granular map of CTI staff’s research areas since 2014 using SciVal Topic Clusters.

Subject categories are allocated at the journal level. Topic Clusters are groups of publications with a common intellectual interest which SciVal have identified by network analysis of citation relationships between publications.

CTI publications span a wide range of research areas. The figure below uses Scopus/SciVal’s broad subject categories to show the areas current CTI staff have published in since 2014. Table 1 provides a more granular map of CTI staff’s research areas since 2014 using SciVal Topic Clusters.

Subject categories are allocated at the journal level. Topic Clusters are groups of publications with a common intellectual interest which SciVal have identified by network analysis of citation relationships between publications.

Topic Cluster
# Publications
since 2014
Pharmaceutical Preparations; Nanoparticles; Tablets
46
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus; Systemic Scleroderma; Patients
44
Rheumatoid Arthritis; Psoriasis; Patients
42
Arthroplasty; Hip; Knee
30
Obesity; Motor Activity; Child
28
Biosensors; Electrodes; Voltammetry
27
Opioid Analgesics; Mu Opioid Receptors; Opioid Receptors
16
Calcium; Calcium Signalling; Ion Channgels
15
Microscopy; Microscopic Examination; Imaging Techniques
13
Microfluidics; Fluidic Devices; Microchannels
10
Pharmaceutical Preparations; P-Glycoprotein; Pharmacokinetics
10

Table 2: Benchmarking papers by current CTI staff published since 2014 against worldwide publishing in relevant research areas

Hight impact
journal(%)
Highly
cited(%)
Internationally
co-authored
(%)
CTI papers
46 19 53
Biochemistry (worldwide research area)
18 9 24
Immunology (worldwide research area)
14 11 29
Pharmaceutical Science (worldwide research area)
19 9 18
Rheumatology (worldwide research area)
16 11 25

The figure above shows benchmarking papers by current CTI staff published since 2014 against worldwide publishing in relevant research areas: x-axis shows % of papers highly cited; y-axis shows % of papers in a high
impact journal; bubble size shows % of papers internationally co-authored.