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Keith A. Crandall

Bio

Keith Crandall is the founding Director of the Computational Biology Institute at The George Washington University. A prolific researcher, Dr. Crandall has published over 250 papers and 3 books, including “The Evolution of HIV” published by Johns Hopkins University Press. He is a Reuters “Highly Cited” researcher, a distinction reserved for the top one-half of one percent of all publishing scholars. His research covers subjects ranging from the evolution of HIV and other infectious diseases to bacterial genome evolution to the biogeography of freshwater crayfish. Dr. Crandall was a Fulbright Scholar at Oxford University, a recipient of the Edward O. Wilson Naturalist Award, and is an elected Fellow in the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Crandall earned his BA degree in Mathematics and Biology from Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Michigan and MA (Statistics) and PhD (Biology and Biomedical Sciences) from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He also served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Puyo, Ecuador.

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Reviews

127

Reviews (last 12 months)

22

Reviews (average per year)

13

Merit

393

Openness

2.4%

Review to Publication ratio

1:1.7


Journal Impact Factors of journals reviewed for

The distribution of the Journal Impact Factors of journals Keith A. Crandall has reviewed for.

Keith A. Crandall

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Total reviews over time

A cumulative record of Keith A. Crandall's total number of reviews.

Reviews per month

The total number of reviews performed by Keith A. Crandall each month.

Average review length

The average number of words per review compared to the average of All fields reviewers and the average of reviewers at affiliated institutions.

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Weekly review punchcard

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