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FIDMAG Germanes Hospitalàries Research Foundation

Scientific output

The results of our research projects are reflected in the contribution of new knowledge available to all scientific and healthcare community.

One of the main objectives of the FIDMAG is to contribute to scientific research that promotes a valuable contribution to people. Quality research is prioritized, ensuring that our scientific contributions are of the highest level, and which will improve the life of the patients, their families and the society.

Some indicators, such as the annual Impact Factor (IF) IF and the comultative IF, allow us to evaluate this objective. FIDMAG maintains a high annual Impact Factor (IF) IF and a high comultative IF in its publications. In the same way, our researchers perform a high percentage of publications in top journals in their area of expertise, such as articles published in the first decile journals (within the span of the 10% best) and in the first quartile (span of the 25% best).

On the other hand, our contributions have a high scientific impact. Our most cited articles in the last years (2010-2017) are:

Title Journal Year Cites
Functional Connectivity and Brain Networks in Schizophrenia Journal of Neuroscience 2010 523
Neuroanatomical abnormalities in schizophrenia: A multimodal voxelwise meta-analysis and meta-regression analysis Schizophrenia Research 2011 206
Gray Matter Volume Abnormalities in ADHD: Voxel-Based Meta-Analysis Exploring the Effects of Age and Stimulant Medication American Journal of Psychiatry 2011 206
Meta-analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of inhibition and attention in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Exploring task-specific, stimulant medication, and age effects. JAMA Psychiatry 2011 191
Fractionating theory of mind: A meta-analysis of functional brain imaging studies Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 2014 177