Type 1 Diabetes Global Research Impact Analysis

Type 1 Diabetes Research Impact Analysis
Type 1 Diabetes Research Impact Analysis

The Type 1 Diabetes Global Research Impact Analysis is a systematic assessment of the volume and impact of publications relevant to type 1 diabetes. By analysing the impact of over 22,000 publications in type 1 diabetes publications between 2008 and 2012, the Type 1 Diabetes Global Research Impact Analysis identified leading and emerging contributors who are shaping the global landscape of type 1 diabetes research.

Key Findings

  • Globally over 22,000 articles about type 1 diabetes (T1D) were published during the five years of the review (2008 – 2012)
  • The volume of publications about T1D grew by 30% in that period
  • Australia’s contribution to the volume of global scientific literature in T1D has almost doubled in the last ten years
  • Australia has the 6th largest proportion of T1D publications focused on clinical research
  • Australia ranks in the top ten countries in the world in the quality of T1D research published
  • JDRF funds over 8% of all T1D publications globally and 15% of T1D publications in Australia, and JDRF-funded publications in Australia are cited almost twice as many times as other publications

Downloads

Download the Global Research Impact Analysis

Download the Australian Research Impact Analysis

Macquarie Group Foundation JDRF

The Type 1 Diabetes Global Research Impact Analysis was conducted as a part of the Global Diabetes Research Innovation Partnership between the Macquarie Group Foundation and JDRF Australia.