Journal of Medical Biography

(The TQCC of Journal of Medical Biography is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Correspondence from Dr George Carmichael Low to Dr Patrick Manson during the First Ugandan Sleeping Sickness Expedition15
Sushruta: Father of plastic surgery in Benares9
Carl and Gerty Cori: A collaboration that changed the face of biochemistry7
An amended history of tissue culture: Concerning Harrison, Burrows, Mall, and Carrel7
Professor Max Askanazy (1865–1940): from Königsberg (Prussia) to Geneva4
Charles Darwin’s (1809–1882) illness – the role of post-traumatic stress disorder4
Karl Otto Landsteiner (1868–1943). Physician–biochemist–immunologist4
Sir Matthew Tierney and the foundation of the 1804 Sussex Vaccine Institution4
Kaethe Kollwitz (1867-1945): the artist who may have suffered from Alice in Wonderland Syndrome3
John Forbes (1787–1861), in Memoriam: From Cuttlebrae to Whitchurch3
Saints Cosmas and Damian: Patron Saints of Medicine. A Story from Prayers and Pictures?3
Retrospective diagnosis: Pitfalls and purposes3
One hundred and twenty years from the former ‘Pavilion for Clinical Observation' to the National Lunatic Asylum, later Institute of Psychiatry – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro3
A medieval physician: Amirdovlat Amasiatsi (1420–1495)3
Rosemary Biggs MD FRCP (1912–2001) and Katharine Dormandy MD FRCP (1926–78): from laboratory to treatment and care of people with haemophilia2
Pathology in four epochs: Max Borst (1869-1946), Chairman of Pathology at Munich University from 1910-462
Pioneers of the transition from antiseptic to aseptic surgery2
Hermann (Hugh) Blaschko (1900–1993): His fundamental contributions to biochemical pharmacology and clinical medicine2
Women in healthcare in Imperial Russia: The contribution of the surgeon Nikolay I Pirogov2
Roman Emperors Suffering from Apoplexy: The Medical and Historical Significance of Classical Literary Sources2
William Osler and the “fixed period” of creativity2
Osler studies enter second century2
Dr John McLennan MD (Aberdeen), FRCP (Lond) (1801–1874) and the Medical School of Bombay that failed2
Caroline Hampton Halsted and the origin of surgical gloves2
Enduring biographic heritage – Medical numismatics2
Dr John Tytler (1787–1837), Superintendent of the Native Medical Institution, Calcutta1
The First Woman Doctor from Aberystwyth: Mary Angharad Guy (née Hughes) (1905–1994)1
Robert Furchgott (1916-2009): A scientist with a mission1
Did Mozart suffer from Asperger syndrome?1
From precocious fame to mature obscurity: David Walker (1837–1917) MD, LRCSI, surgeon and naturalist to the Fox Arctic Expedition of 1857–591
The centenary of ‘The Old Humanities and the New Science,’ the last public address of Sir William Osler (1849–1919)1
Paul Klee (1879–1940) as a tragic figure: What the artist learned from his illness1
What was it like to suffer from obsessional disorder in the United States, 1840–1950?1
Mary Ann DacoMb Scharlieb: A Medical Life from Madras to Harley Street1
William Wallace (1860–1940): British ophthalmologist and classical music composer1
From glanders to globulins: A study in comparative medicine1
More Mysteries from Fleming's Plate1
Catherine Walpole (1703–22), an 18th-century teenaged patient: a case study from the letters of the physician George Cheyne (1671 or 73–1743)1
Jean Decima Jacomb (1894–1988), matron of The London Clinic, 20 Devonshire Place, London W1 from 1938 to 19491
Adolf Kussmaul (1822–1902): From Youth to Maturity under the Influence of Virchow1
Kostas Karyotakis (1896–1928): did the great Greek suicidal poet suffer from syphilis?1
Levi Myers (1767–1822): An eighteenth century Glasgow medical graduate from South Carolina1
Sir Marc Armand Ruffer, MD: The early years, 1878–18961
Denis Burkitt: A legacy of global health1
Rudyard Kipling’s medical addresses1
How the Fatal Illness of Frederick the Noble Affected an Anglo-American Friendship: Unpublished Letters from Dr Morell Mackenzie to Dr Robert Myles1
A letter from Alexis Carrel concerning the preantibiotic treatment of war wounds: The Carrel–Dakin solution1
Giovanni Rajberti (1805–1861): An uncompromising physician and poet1