To find your h-index, use Web of Science and perform an Author Search, then generate a Citation Report.
If you are UVA School of Medicine faculty, contact the Health Sciences Library. A project team can assist with your h-index calculation via the Web of Science. Contact email@example.com to make a request.
The h-index is a measure to characterize the scientific output of a researcher. The value of h is equal to the number of papers (N) that have N or more citations. The h-index was developed by J.E. Hirsch and published in PNAS in November 2005.
Web of Science (WOS) database calculates an h-index based on UVa's WOS subscription of 1955 - present (or any timespan you set). The WOS h-index calculation will not include publications older than 1955.
ADDITIONAL SEARCH STRATEGIES
If after searching via the steps above you find you are missing many of your publications, or you have retrieved publications that aren't yours, you may need to try additional search strategies.