In the spotlight: Kudos top 10 authors of the moment

Kudos spotlights

In a bid to further support the work of those using Kudos, we will be regularly selecting researchers and publications to appear in the spotlights section of the Kudos website.

In addition to this, we will share the spotlights via our own social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook.

Our aim is to highlight those researchers who are making great use of the Kudos toolkit to help their work stand out, and to provide inspiration to those seeking guidance.

This week, we have selected 10 new authors to appear in the spotlights section of the Kudos website.

1. Dr Angela Tringali

“Suburban immigrants to wildlands disrupt honest signaling in ultra-violet plumage” 

What’s it about?

2. Dr Stuart B. Jennings

“Gon forth of ye land: The Emigration of Nottinghamshire Quakers to the New World, 1660-1700” 

What’s it about? 

3. Mr Ian Kennedy

A cross-sectional postal survey of musculoskeletal physiotherapists’ current practice of cervical pain assessment in relation to vertebrobasilar artery insufficiency, attitudes toward guidelines, and manual therapy practice.”

What’s it about?

4. Dr Rachael Eugenie Tarlinton

Multiple Groups of Endogenous Epsilon-Like Retroviruses Conserved across Primates”

What’s it about?

5. Erik Lund

Is obesity un-American? Disease concerns bias implicit perceptions of national identity”

What’s it about?

6.     Dr Elizabeth David-Barrett

Nolan’s Legacy: Regulating Parliamentary Conduct in Democratising Europe”

What’s it about?

7.     Dr Richard K. Blundel

Evaluating Enterprise Policy Interventions in Africa: A Critical Review of Ghanaian Small Business Support Services”

What’s it about?

8.     Dr Nicholas A. Badcock

“The attentional blink is related to phonemic decoding, but not sight-word recognition, in typically reading adults”

What’s it about?

9.     Dr Nikhilesh Dholakia

“Addressing the mega imbalance: interpretive exploration of Asia”

What’s it about?

10.  Professor Philip Gale

“Lipophilic balance – a new design principle for transmembrane anion carriers”

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