Tuesday 7 June 2016 4:32pm
With his most recent publication (1 June 2016), Professor Allan Herbison, Department of Physiology, has reached the very significant landmark of 200 peer-reviewed journal article publications.
This achievement is outstanding—not only in quantity, but in quality and impact. Professor Herbison has over 13,000 citations and an H index of 64.
The three most highly-cited publications from work undertaken in Physiology have been those working with Seong-Kyu Han (1), Rebecca Campbell and Rob Porteous (2), and Jenny Clarkson (3).
1. Han SK, Gottsch ML, Lee KJ, Popa SM, Smith JT, Jakawich SK, Clifton DK, Steiner RA, Herbison AE. (2005) Activation of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neurons by kisspeptin as a neuroendocrine switch for the onset of puberty. J Neurosci 25, 11349-11356. [662 citations]
2. Wintermantel T*, Campbell RE*, Porteous R, Bock D, Gröne HJ, Todman MG, Korach KS, Greiner E, Perez CA, Schütz G, Herbison AE. (2006) Definition of estrogen receptor pathway critical for estrogen positive feedback to gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) neurons and fertility. Neuron 52, 271-280. [355 citations]
3. Clarkson J, Herbison AE. (2006) Postnatal development of kisspeptin neurons in mouse hypothalamus; sexual dimorphism and projections to gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons. Endocrinology, 147, 5817-5825. [510 citations]