SIRIC ILIAD is proud to count Philippe Moreau and Mario Campone among the most influential researchers in the world 2021
The 2021 edition of the Higly cited researchers (HiCi) ranking, which tends to distinguish the most influential researchers in the world in 21 fields, was published on 16 November 2021. It lists nearly 150 French researchers among more than 6,600 researchers worldwide. By disciplinary field, the articles published during the last decade are selected, whose number of citations is among the 1% of the most cited articles worldwide. The authors with the highest number of articles among this 1% are retained in this list of Highly Cited Researchers (HiCi).
For this 2021 edition and for the second year in a row, SIRIC ILIAD is proud to include in this list :
- Philippe MOREAU, director of SIRIC ILIAD, university professor and hospital practitioner (Nantes University Hospital, University of Nantes), is a doctor in clinical haematology, specialised in the management of multiple myeloma. He is President of the IFM (Intergroupe Francophone du Myélome) and has been listed in the HiCi ranking for the fourth consecutive year. Philippe Moreau has an internationally recognised expertise and has been distinguished for his clinical research work which has contributed to the development of new treatments for multiple myeloma patients.
- Mario CAMPONE, deputy director of the SIRIC ILIAD, university professor and hospital practitioner (Institut de Cancérologie de l’Ouest ICO, University of Angers), is a medical oncologist specialising in breast cancer. He is listed in the HiCi ranking for the second consecutive year. He is the General Director of the ICO and Deputy President of Unicancer, and is also the Scientific Director of the Cancéropôle Grand Ouest, spokesperson for the Cancéropôles and President of the Loire Atlantique-Vendée Cancer Registry. Professor Campone is involved in more than 100 clinical trials as coordinator or principal investigator at international and national level. He is responsible for the EPICURE research programme.