E. Fliers

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E. Fliers has published from 2000 upto 2013 at (or in association with) the University of Amsterdam (as found in the CRIS of the UvA for the years 2000 upto 2015 ) a total of 169 publications. The above histogram shows the different types and number of publications for this whole publication period at the University of Amsterdam.

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In 2000 E. Fliers published seven articles and published three chapters. In 2001 E. Fliers published five articles. In 2002 E. Fliers published nine articles. In 2003 E. Fliers published twelve articles. In 2004 E. Fliers published four articles and published one chapter. In 2005 E. Fliers published sixteen articles. In 2006 E. Fliers published sixteen articles, published two chapters, published one book - monograph and gave his / her inaugural address. In 2007 E. Fliers published seven articles. In 2010 E. Fliers published seventeen articles and published four chapters. In 2011 E. Fliers published fourteen articles. In 2012 E. Fliers published twenty-nine articles and published one chapter. In 2013 E. Fliers published nineteen articles and published one chapter.

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Data are collected on altmetic.com (September 2015) based on publications found in the CRIS of the UvA (march 2015 update). Only publications in 2013 and 2014 are harvested.

2 mentions of a publication in Psychoneuroendocrinology (2013).
Olanzapine-induced changes in glucose metabolism are independent of the melanin-concentrating hormone system
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1 mentions of a publication in Diabetes (2013).
Intrahypothalamic estradiol regulates glucose metabolism via the sympathetic nervous system in female rats
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1 mentions of a publication in EJNMMI Research (2013).
Imaging of serotonin transporters with [123I]FP-CIT SPECT in the human hypothalamus
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1 mentions of a publication in Brain Pathology (2013).
Arginine vasopressin immunoreactivity is decreased in the hypothalamic suprachiasmatic nucleus of subjects with suprasellar tumors
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1 mentions of a publication in Psychoneuroendocrinology (2013).
Deep brain stimulation for obsessive-compulsive disorder is associated with cortisol changes
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1 mentions of a publication in Obesity (2013).
Hepatic and Peripheral Insulin Sensitivity Do Not Improve 2 Weeks After Bariatric Surgery
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Professor, Doctor Fliers

First name(-s): Eric
Professor, Doctor Fliers obtained his pHd in 1985
(October 31).

Journals and co-authors

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Publishers

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Write Position

E. Fliers published from 2000 upto 2015 a total of 155 UvA-articles with 50 or less co-authors.
383 unique co-authors in total with an average of 4.86 co-authors per article.

1 number of times sole author
14 number of times first author
18 number of times second author
41 number of times last author
Visualization of the write position of the 155 journal publications by E. Fliers
The amount of credits for a certain Author position, also called write position, does differ by discipline. Some journals publish author names in alphabetical order. This is common practice by publications with many authors.

WoS citations

Time span of publications analysed range from 2000 upto 2015.

3692 (WoS) citations to 123 publications
average 30.02 citations per publication
median: 16
max: 321

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The data shown here are based on the publications of the UvA-CRIS (May 2016) and the citations found in WoS. The citations to articles are ranked by number of citations. Zero times cited publications are not shown in the diagram. Updated September 5th 2016