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To be considered an Expertscape Expert, the faculty member needs to be ranked among the top 1% worldwide in research and publications in a specific medical topic, and to be recognized as a Expertscape World Expert requires the top 0.1% worldwide. To learn more about Expertscape and its methodology, visit expertscape.comWho is the Expertscape world expert on cardiology?
This week, Expertscape had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Erin Michos, who happens to be an Expertscape World Expert across an impressive array of cardiology and health topics. Dr. Michos is the Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Health and Associate Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of...How many Sei faculty members have been recognized by Expertscape?
The Shiley Eye Institute (SEI) and the Viterbi Family Department of Ophthalmology is pleased to announce that 21 faculty members have been recognized by the website Expertscape as either “Experts” or “World Experts” in one or more medical conditions.