Association of percentile ranking with citation impact and productivity in a large cohort of de novo NIMH-funded R01 grants

@article{Doyle2015AssociationOP,
  title={Association of percentile ranking with citation impact and productivity in a large cohort of de novo NIMH-funded R01 grants},
  author={James M. Doyle and Killian Quinn and Y A Bodenstein and Colin O. Wu and Narasimhan Danthi and Michael S. Lauer},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={1030-1036}
}
Previous reports from National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation have suggested that peer review scores of funded grants bear no association with grant citation impact and productivity. This lack of association, if true, may be particularly concerning during times of increasing competition for increasingly limited funds. We analyzed the citation impact and productivity for 1755 de novo investigator-initiated R01 grants funded for at least 2 years by National Institute of… CONTINUE READING
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