Publication Impact Services

We provide expert consultations to UVA Health System faculty, departments, and groups (including SOM and SON) on measuring your scholarship through bibliometrics, "alternative" metrics, and visualization. From a list of PMIDs, a topic, or an author id (e.g ORCID), we can help you:

  • demonstrate impact of published works for promotion and tenure or when applying for funding
  • measure or assess research impact
  • manage or track publications
  • maintain an impactful online identity

Report Types:

Individual Department School

Times Cited, Impact Factors, Categories, and Rank data for Promotion and Tenure

File of your department's publications for annual reporting 

Record of scholarly output for a school or group such as a Center

Report of "hot” and “highly cited” papers

Report of citing papers, authors, and institutions

Identify research expertise of individual scholars for recruitment purposes

Relative Citation Ratio (NIH) for your articles

Identification of high-impact publications

Visualize publication strengths and gaps in topical areas or disciplines

Public impact of your work beyond academia via "altmetrics" (e.g. mentions in news or social media)

Impact via total publications, times cited, impact factors, citing journals, citing institutions, h-index, etc.

Demonstrate impact of research to funding agencies through publications and other output


Turnaround Times

  • Times Cited, IF, Category and Rank data for promotion and tenure: one week (though typically, results are delivered in 2-3 days)
  • Custom citation reports for individuals: two weeks
  • Custom citation reports for departments or schools: varies

Request your Customized Report

We're happy to work with you or your department on your publication report needs. Use the Ask Us button at left to get in touch.

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