In addition, his article titled “Kinetic competition during the transcription cycle results in stochastic RNA processing” and published in eLife in 2014 (DOI: 10.3410/f.719010748.793501291) was recommended by Faculty of 1000 as being of special significance in its field. Faculty of 1000 is an organization of leading biomedical experts.
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Matthew Ferguson was featured in a Physics Today story about how online metrics are changing how research is viewed. Ferguson noted that he has been posting his papers to social media sites since he was a postdoc. “My hope is that they will generate more views, more citations, more downloads, more collaborations,” he said. Read the article here.