Use the Cited Reference Search feature in Web of Science (WOS). Containing Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Web of Science (WOS) provides citation information for articles from over 6,650 science and engineering journals, 1,950 social sciences journals, and 1,160 arts and humanities journals. The Cited Reference Search feature can be used to find citations to a specific article or a number of works by an author.
NOTE: the Library can generate a report with Times Cited, Impact Factor, Journal Category and Journal Rank data for SOM faculty publication lists. This saves a great deal of time on this process. To get help, request a consultation with a librarian, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cited Reference Searching
If a reference cannot be expanded and has no View Record link:
Ellipses (...) before an author's name signify the author is not the first author of the cited article. Searching by first author will show the original record as well as citation variations.
Finding the Journal's Impact Factor and Rank
You can link to the Impact Factor for journals found in a Web of Science search.
Use Health Sciences Library services and databases to retrieve necessary information for your Papers Published or In Press section of your CV for School of Medicine Promotion and Tenure. See the following for instructions on how to obtain Times Cited, Impact Factor, Category, and Rank data for each article.