Figure 1. IGBB expenditures from fiscal year 2007 (FY07) through fiscal year 2017 (FY17 - July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017). Expenditures are often indicative of overall economic impact and growth. Drops in expenditures in FY14-FY16 are accounted for by movement of several IGBB research faculty members into tenure-track positions.
Figure 2. The IGBB has grown considerably since 2008.
Figure 3. IGBB publication output and impact. Each bar represents the number of peer-reviewed publications produced by IGBB affiliates/faculty in a given year. The line graph shows mean journal Impact Factor (IF) for each fiscal year. FY15 was marked by publication of three papers in Science and one in Nature Biotechnology (hence the high mean IF).
IGBB Publications with High Citation Percentiles. Each bar represents the number of peer-reviewed publications produced by IGBB affiliates/faculty that are within a certain Scopus
Citation Percentile. The line graph shows the percentage of all IGBB publications from 2002-Aug 10, 2017 that fall within a particular percentile range. Of note, 3.30% of all 728 IGBB peer-reviewed publications fall within the 99th percentile in terms of citation impact. 14.70% are in the 90th percentile or greater.
The Most Highly-Cited Current IGBB Faculty & Affiliate Members from 1996 through August 10, 2017. Data was obtained from Scopus
. Scopus is currently adding citations from 1970 through 1995 which will increase the citation numbers for those faculty/staff members who were publishing before 1996. Citation numbers for an individual include all publications produced during this time interval regardless of whether the individual was at MS State or not.
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The IGBB is an HPC² member center.