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Edward G. Miner Library

R Publication Statistics: Infectious Disease

Learn how the Rbibliometrix package can be used to explore the scholarly publishing landscape and make informed decisions to maximize the visibility and influence of your work.

Department of Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases have been major public health threats throughout history. Great strides have been made in the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases with antibiotics and vaccines however, new challenges continue to arise.  

The URMC Infectious Diseases Division offers expertise in a wide range of areas including viral diseases such as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Influenza, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) as well as bacterial infections including Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureuspneumococcus and Clostridium difficile and immunology.  Our team has expertise in the care of transplant related infections, complex cardiac infections, infections in long term care facilities, sexually transmitted diseases and B cell immunology. Our division includes faculty at Highland, Rochester General and Unity Hospitals and maintains active clinical, research and educational missions

Paul R. Bohjanen, MD, PhD
Chief, Infectious Diseases Division
Co-director, Translational Immunology and Infectious Diseases Institute

Infectious Diseases (1965-2023)

Overview of Main Information

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Journals Most Published In (Top 25)

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Journal Impact by # of Citations (Top 25)

The impact measure includes total citations (TC)

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Source Production Over Time

This shows the productivity in different sources over time. 

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Word Cloud (Trigram)

A word cloud of the most frequently 30 words used based on article titles. 

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Words’ Frequency Over Time

This displays the frequency of terms used over time based on author keywords. (top 10 words)

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Authors Most Published (Top 25)

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Full Bibliometrix Data Report (XLSX)

Bibliographic Metadata

Author Collaboration Network