The TJEM Best Citation Award 2023
The most cited paper (original article) among original articles/case reports published by the TJEM in 2020-2021.
14 citations during 2020-2022
Title: Differential Diagnosis of COVID-19: Importance of Measuring Blood
Lymphocytes, Serum Electrolytes, and Olfactory and Taste Functions
Authors: Hiroki Nakanishi, Motohiko Suzuki, Hiroyoshi Maeda, Yoshitaka
Nakamura, Yosuke Ikegami, Yuya Takenaka, Yusuke Mori, Takahiro
Hasuo, Chihiro Hasegawa
(Tohoku J. Exp. Med. 2020; 252: 109-119)
The most cited paper (original article) among original articles/case reports published by
the TJEM in 2017-2021.
85 citations during 2017-2022
Title: Mortality Risk Factors among Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients in a Major
Referral Center in Iran
Authors: Nasser Malekpour Alamdari, Siamak Afaghi, Fatemeh Sadat Rahimi,
Farzad Esmaeili Tarki, Sasan Tavana, Alireza Zali, Mohammad Fathi,
Sara Besharat, Leyla Bagheri, Fatemeh Pourmotahari, Seyed Sina
Naghibi Irvani, Ali Dabbagh, Seyed Ali Mousavi
(Tohoku J. Exp. Med. 2020; 252: 73-84)
The TJEM Best Citation Award is awarded to the authors, whose original article or case report published during the previous two or five years in the Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine are the most cited in the subsequent three or six years. Awardees of the TJEM Best Citation Award are determined by the Editorial Board of the TJEM every year. The TJEM Best Citation Award is awarded once during the previous two or five years.
The certificate of the TJEM Best Citation Award is presented to the first author, and to all the authors in an electronic format (PDF).
The awarded first author is invited to submit either an original article, a case report or a review article to the TJEM. The manuscript should be submitted to the TJEM within one year after awarded, and will be subject to peer review. No publication fee is required.