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Accepted Posters

Bibliometrics & Research Assessment Symposium 2020

Wednesday, October 7: Bibliometric Services

Building a service model for research data analytics and visualization
Barrie Hayes and Adam Dodd: University of North Carolina

The scholarly impact service: From new to noteworthy at the University of North Texas
Erin O'Toole: University of North Texas

Expanding conversations around metrics
Jeanne Hoover, Kerry Sewell, and Bryna Coonin: East Carolina University

Finding the right metrics: Creating a workshop series that engages researchers with bibliometrics and online research profiles
Jennifer Embree and Neyda Gilman: Binghamton University

CADRE: A cloud-based gateway for bibliographic data and analytics while fostering reproducibility and collaboration
P.L. Mabry: HealthPartners Institute
Stephanie Hernandez McGavin, Valentin Pentchev, Jaci Wilkinson, and Xiaoran Yan: Indiana University
Robert Van Rennes: Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA)
Jamie Wittenberg: University of Colorado Boulder

Expanding bibliometric services at the United States Environmental Protection Agency Library
Taylor Johnson, Anthony Holderied, and Neil Byers: United States Environmental Protection Agency

A 10 day scholarly impact challenge online program
Terri Gotschall: University of Central Florida

Thursday, October 8: Methods and Metrics

Assessment of non-indexed open access journals impact
Daniela Solomon and Mark A. Eddy: Case Western Reserve University

Tracing links between research funding and policy uptake using Dimensions/Altmetric data
Dmitry Malkov: ITMO University

Detecting pharmaceutical innovations in news articles and financial filings
Gizem Korkmaz, Devika Mahoney-Nair, and Neil Alexander Kattampallil: University of Virginia
Gary Anderson: US National Science Foundation

Co-citation percentile rank: Fair(er) metric to compare citation impact
Janne-Tuomas Seppänen: University of Jyväskylä

Using bibliometric data to forge international partnerships
Manuel de la Cruz Gutiérrez and Kathleen A. Fox: University of Pennsylvania
Kelly B. Abramson: Penn Medicine

Community responses to commercial metrics tools
Robyn Price and Andrew Gray: University College London

A pilot study examining open access publications from the Penn State College of Medicine
Robyn Reed and Esther Dell: Penn State College of Medicine

A novel method to capture an elusive metric
Sue Visser: FedWriters and US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Friday, October 9: Case Studies

NCI at Frederick: A heritage of high value scientific publications
Alan Doss: National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

Complementing NIH administrative data with bibliometrics: Collaboration of NCI-funded pediatric cancer researchers
Christine M. Burgess: National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

Measuring collaboration trends within the National Cancer Institute Small Cell Lung Cancer Consortium using co-authorships
Christine M. Burgess and Melissa D. Antman: National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

NIEHS T32 trainee research topic analysis
Kristianna Pettibone: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health

Research competency assessment for institute planning: “Opioid, substance abuse and addiction” at The Ohio State University
Matthieu Karamoko and Alba McIntyre: The Ohio State University

Bibliometric analysis of publications on healthcare disparities among sexual and gender minorities: An exploratory study
Mirian Ramirez and Hannah J. Craven: Indiana University School of Medicine

Use of publication data to evaluate PCORI’s efforts to speed public reporting of trial results and to reduce publication bias
Nicole Wilson, Laurie Davidson, and Laura Forsythe: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

Bibliometrics applied in STEM scientific research: Contribution and impact through bibliometric analysis
Patricio Cortés, Gloria Rojas-Díaz, and Ricardo Vilches-Vargas: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile