Fargo, N.D. –– Robert Sylvester, professor of pharmacy practice at NDSU, was lead author of the article, “Evaluation of methadone absorption after topical administration to hospice patients,” which was selected for recognition by a member of the Faculty of 1,000. The Faculty of 1,000, is an open-access repository of published scientific research articles, conference posters and presentations. Sylvester’s article was published in the May 2011 issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.
According to Faculty of 1,000 editor-in-chief Sarah Greene, this places Sylvester’s work in the top 2 percent of published articles in biology and medicine. “The service is widely used to find significant new research articles, and the inclusion of your article should significantly increase its visibility,” Greene wrote in an email to Sylvester.
The evaluation of the article can be viewed at http://f1000.com/13200005. Registration is required.
According to its website, http://f1000.com/, Faculty of 1,000 is a peer-nominated, global panel of more than 10,000 expert scientists and clinical researchers. It provides access to top published articles in biology and medicine.