Getting published in a high-impact journal is no longer the only way to disseminate biomedical knowledge. Conference proceedings, posters, and the emerging practice of nanopublishing are changing the pace and volume of publications.
Inflammation correlates with neurodegeneration but until recently, the association has been assumed to be a consequence of neurodegeneration and not a causal factor.
Share of Scientific Voice is a relative measure of how frequently your drug or other therapeutic is mentioned in the biomedical discourse. There are no hard and fast rules for defining the domain but it should be broad enough to include treatment options a physician would consider.
Women have not realized the same benefits from cardiovascular research as men have. This may be due, in part, to bias in cardiovascular studies.
There are better ways to identify KOLs based on the speed at which they disseminate new knowledge, the frequency of their publications and presentations, and the extent of the reach of their work within the medical community.