As of late 2014, Essential Science Indicators acknowledged several DeSimone Research Group papers as being highly cited. A highly cited paper is defined as a one that has received enough citations to be in the top 1% of its academic field for the year. Below are the highly cited papers from the DeSimone lab that have been published since 2010.
The following paper was highly cited in the field of Materials Science:
- “More Effective Nanomedicines through Particle Design“; Wang, J.; Byrne, J. D.; Napier, M. E.; DeSimone, J. M. Small, 2011, 7(14), 1919-1931.
The following papers were highly cited in the field of Pharmacology & Toxicology:
- “Strategies in the Design of Nanoparticles for Therapeutic Applications“; Petros, R. A.; DeSimone*, J. M.Nature Reviews Drug Discovery 2010, 9, 615-627.
- “Using Mechano-biological Mimicry of Red Blood Cells to Extend Circulation Times of Hydrogel Microparticles“; Merkel, T. J.; Jones, S. J.; Herlihy, K. P.; Kersey, F. R.; Shields, A. R.; Napier, M. E.; Luft, J. C.; Wu, H.; Zamboni, W. C.; Wang, A. W.; Bear, J. E.; DeSimone, J. M. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2011, 108(2), 586-591.
The following paper was highly cited in the field of Physics:
- “PEGylated PRINT Nanoparticles: The Impact of PEG Density on Protein Binding, Macrophage Association, Biodistribution, and Pharmacokinetics“; Perry, J. L.#; Reuter, K. G.#; Kai, M. P.; Herlihy, K. P.; Jones, S. W.; Luft, J. C.; Napier, M. E.; Bear, J. E.; DeSimone, J. M.; Nanoletters, 2012, 12, 5304.