Research

Highly Cited Researchers

A focus on research of an international quality and the fostering of an outstanding research culture have positioned UWA as one of the best universities in Australia and in the top 150 in the world.

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Highly Cited Researchers are identified by Thomson Reuters and are defined as the preeminent individual researchers, in each of 21 subject categories, who have demonstrated great influence in their field as measured by citations to their work.

2016

Mark W Chase
Mark W Chase

Plant & Animal Science

School of Plant Biology

Christine H Foyer
Christine H Foyer

Plant & Animal Science

School of Plant Biology

Cristina Gibson
Cristina Gibson

Economics & Business

Management and Organisations (UWA Business School)

Richard J Hobbs
Richard J Hobbs

Environment/Ecology

School of Plant Biology

Hans Lambers
Hans Lambers

Environment/Ecology

School of Plant Biology

A. Harvey Millar
A. Harvey Millar

Plant & Animal Science

ARC Centre of Excellence Plant Energy Biology

Ian D Small
Ian D Small

Plant & Animal Science

ARC Centre of Excellence Plant Energy Biology

Rajeev Varshney
Rajeev Varshney

Plant & Animal Science

School of Plant Biology


2011

  • Brian Skelton - Chemistry
  • Allan White - Chemistry
  • Robert Naiman - Ecology/Environment
  • John Wiens - Ecology/Environment
  • Malcolm McCulloch - Geosciences
  • Patrick Holt - Immunology
  • Cheryl Praeger - Mathematics
  • André Läuchli - Plant & Animal Science
  • Hans Lambers - Plant & Animal Science
  • Rana Munns - Plant & Animal Science
  • John Pate - Plant & Animal Science
  • Stephen Powles - Plant & Animal Science
  • David Read - Plant & Animal Science
  • Peter Quinn - Space Sciences
  • Carlos M Duarte - Environment/Ecology
  • Richard J Hobbs - Environment/Ecology
  • Mark W Chase - Plant & Animal Science
  • Christine H Foyer - Plant & Animal Science