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Four CEIR-researchers among the world’s most cited

The Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate identifies scientists who have demonstrated significant influence through publication of multiple highly cited papers during the last decade.

University of Oslo
Research director Signe Agnes Flottorp is one of the six Norwegian women who have made the prestigious list of Highly Cited Researchers from Clarivate. . University of Oslo

The Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate identifies scientists who have demonstrated significant influence through publication of multiple highly cited papers during the last decade.


There are 23 researchers from Norway on the recently published list of “Highly Cited Researchers”, which is compiled annually by Clarivate. Among these, four are researchers based at the Centre for Epidemic Interventions Research (CEIR).

- We’re proud to have such a strong representation on this prestigious list, says CEIR-director Atle Fretheim.

Gender balance

An article in Khrono, the Norwegian news outlet for higher education and research, points to the fact that only 1 in 4 of the Norwegian researchers on the list are women. In an in-depth interview with Khrono, CEIR-researcher Signe Flottorp says she would have liked to see a better gender balance on the list.

Of the four CEIR researchers who made the list of Highly Cited Researchers, two are women.

- The gender balance among our four researchers on the list is perfect, so I think we’re doing pretty well in that domain, says Fretheim.