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COVID-19 Research Contributions by Mount Sinai Authors

by Angelyn Thornton on 2020-06-10T13:18:07-04:00 | Comments

The pace of scientific publishing has accelerated dramatically in response to the COVID pandemic. COVID-19 has highlighted just how invaluable timely medical research is to public health and how dedicated scientific authors are when a crisis is at hand and time is of the essence. Naturally, researchers at Mount Sinai have been keeping pace. 

A new dashboard has been created in the PlumX platform that is dedicated to tracking the 2020 scholarly output of Mount Sinai authors in their contributions to COVID-19 research efforts. Artifacts in this dashboard currently include articles, reviews, and guidelines. The analytics below show that (as of June 10, 2020) Mount Sinai authors have so far netted a total of 10,225 captures, 427 mentions online, 26,740 social media shares, and 1,272 citations




Of the 87 artifacts in this dashboard (as of June 10, 2020), here are some of the top-performing so far:


Log into your Plum account to view the dashboard and read the articles. 

Get even more COVID-19 research resources in our special guide.


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