Washington, DC (USA) — The SLAS Discovery and SLAS Technology editors and editorial boards, in partnership with SAGE Publishing, announced their annual achievement award winners at a special reception at the SLAS 2019 International Conference and Exhibition in February. Awards are given to the most popular articles based on the number of readers and number of author citations, as well as to three volunteers from each publication who went above and beyond their reviewer duties in the last year.
“Each year, we have the great privilege of recognizing outstanding contributions to SLAS Discovery and SLAS Technology via our Reader’s Choice (most downloaded articles by readers) and Authors Choice (most citations) Awards,” said Robert Campbell, Ph.D., and editor of SLAS Discovery. “SLAS congratulates each of the 2019 Readers Choice and Authors Choice winners along with the Reviewer Excellence Award winners for their impactful, innovative and educational submissions to both journals.”
2019 SLAS Readers Choice Awards
Reflecting popularity among readers (article downloads) throughout 2018.
Diagnosis of Parasitic Infections: What’s Going On? by Alessandra Ricciardi and Momar Ndao (SLAS Discovery. 2014, 20, 6-21.)
Reservoir-Based Polymer Drug Delivery Systems by Wan-Wan Yang and Erik Pierstorff (SLAS Technology. 2012, 17, 50-58.)
2019 SLAS Authors Choice Awards
Reflecting popularity among authors (citations) throughout 2018
Modulation of NF-B Signaling as a Therapeutic Target in Autoimmunity by Felicity D. Herrington, Ruaidhri J. Carmody, and Carl S. Goodyear (SLAS Discovery. 2015, 21, 223-242.)
Assay Establishment and Validation of a High-Throughput Screening Platform for Three-Dimensional Patient-Derived Colon Cancer Organoid Cultures by Karsten Boehnke, Philip W. Iversen, Dirk Schumacher, Maria Jose Lallena, Ruben Haro, Joaquin Amat, Johannes Haybaeck, Sandra Liebs, Martin Lange, Reinhold Schaefer, Christian R. A. Regenbrecht, Christoph Reinhard, and Juan A. Velasco (SLAS Discovery. 2016, 21, 931-941.)
The Simoa HD-1 Analyzer: A Novel Fully Automated Digital Immunoassay Analyzer with Single-Molecule Sensitivity and Multiplexing by David H. Wilson, David M. Rissin, Cheuk W. Kan, David R. Fournier, Tomasz Piech, Todd G. Campbell, Raymond E. Meyer, Matthew W. Fishburn, Carlos Cabrera, Purvish P. Patel, Erica Frew, Yao Chen, Lei Chang, Evan P. Ferrell, Volker von Einem, William McGuigan, Marcus Reinhardt, Heiko Sayer, Claus Vielsack, and David C. Duffy (SLAS Technology. 2015, 21, 533-547.)
2019 SLAS Reviewer Excellence Awards
Reflecting review quality, timeliness and volunteer service in 2018
Gregory C. Adam, Merck & Co., Inc., West Point, PA (USA)
John Strelow, Eli Lilly and Company, Lilly Research Laboratories, Indianapolis, IN (USA)
Adam Zweifach, University of Connecticut, Molecular and Cell Biology, Storrs, CT (USA)
John Watson, Branford, CT (USA)
James “Jay” Gill II, BFL Consulting LLC, Madison,CT (USA)
Stephen Hughes, Applied DNA Sciences, Stony Brook, NY (USA)
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