Barbas Listed in ISI Update
As an indication that his papers are highly cited, the Institute for Scientific
Information's (ISI) Essential Science Indicators recent update lists Professor
Carlos F. Barbas, III as the scientist "achieving entrance into the database
with the highest number of total citations" in the field of immunology.
ISI Essential Science Indicators is a web-based data file reflecting upwards
of 7 million papers in the last decade. See http://www.in-cites.com/newentrants/august2003.html.
Northrup to Present Ethics in Science Course
TSRI's annual Ethics in Science course will be presented by Thomas Northrup,
of TSRI's Office of Patent Counsel, on Tuesday, September 16, and again
on Tuesday, September 23, from 9 AM to noon. Both classes will be held
in the Scripps Green Hospital's Valerie Timken Amphitheater. Registration
forms and information have been mailed to all new research associates.
All research associates/postdoctoral fellows who have not previously attended
the course at TSRI are required to register for one of these classes.
For information, contact Ruth Stewart, x4-9390, in the TSRI Office of
Look for Next News&Views September 8
The next issue of News&Views will be posted by Monday, September 8 and
will be published weekly throughout the academic year. The deadline for
announcement and calendar submissions is Wednesday at noon for the following
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