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Funding

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NIH Publication Requirements

Research That Must Cite the CTSI Grant

All research supported by CTSI resources must cite the CTSI grant. These resources include:

  • Pilot funds
  • Voucher awards
  • Career-development awards (e.g., KL2 and TL1)
  • Cohort-finding tools (i.e., Los Angeles Data Repository, UC ReX)
  • Clinical & Translational Research Centers (formerly GCRCs)
  • Reliance-Review IRB
  • Research cores
  • Consultations
    • Bioinformatics
    • Biostatistics
    • Cohort finding
    • Data analysis
    • Data management
    • Ethics
    • Evaluation
    • Grant preparation (Rapid Response Team)
    • Participant recruitment and study management
    • Regulatory services
    • Scientific communication
    • Study design
    • Community-engaged research
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Health services research
    • Implementation and dissemination
    • Intellectual property and licensing
    • Preclinical development

Grant Citation Language

Any publications or projects completed using UCLA CTSI resources must cite the UCLA CTSI grant and comply with "NIH Public Access Policy" and be submitted to PubMed Central to receive a PMCID assignment.


Required Grant Citation Language

Researchers cite grant UL1TR001881 as shown below. K Scholars and TL1 trainees have alternate citations below.

Researchers cite grant UL1TR001881, as follows:
“This research was supported by NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS) UCLA CTSI Grant Number UL1TR001881.”

K scholars cite grant KL2TR001882, as follows:
"This research was supported by NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS) UCLA CTSI Grant Number KL2TR001882."

TL1 trainees cite grant TL1TR001883, as follows:
"This research was supported by NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS) UCLA CTSI Grant Number TL1TR001883."

Note: If the research was supported by more than one grant, please reference all relevant grant numbers.

NIH Public Access Policy

Questions?

The NIH Public Access Policy requires scientists to submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts that arise from NIH funds to PubMed Central upon acceptance for publication. Papers must be accessible to the public on PubMed Central no later than 12 months after publication.

The policy covers any manuscript that meets the following conditions:

  • It was peer-reviewed
  • It was accepted for publication in a journal on or after April 7, 2000
  • It arose from:
    • any direct funding from an NIH grant or cooperative agreement active in FY 2008 or beyond, or
    • any direct funding from an NIH contract signed on or after April 7, 2008, or
    • any direct funding from the NIH Intramural Program

For step-by-step instructions about how to bring your publication into compliance, please go to the NIH site, which covers these topics:

  • Applicability of NIH Public Access Policy
  • Copyright
  • Submitting a paper to PubMed Central (PMC)
  • Including PMCID in citations

Click here to see an informational webinar that addresses How the NIH Policy Mandate Affects Researchers.

Investigators can use My NCBI to check the compliance status of their publications and to initiate the compliance process.

My NCBI

Questions?

  • Martin Lai, Informatics Core Manager, Clinical and Translational Research Center

  • Bethany Myers, Research Informationist, UCLA Biomedical Library

Investigators can use My NCBI to check the compliance status of their publications and to initiate the compliance process.

  • Sign in to My NCBI using the “NIH Login” button.
  • Use your eRA Commons credentials on the subsequent sign-in page.
  • Once signed in, go to the My Bibliography section.

Instructions on how to use My NCBI to manage compliance can be found in the NCBI Help Manual under the heading, Managing Compliance to NIH Public Access Policy.

A My NCBI account can be created with accounts you already have, such as eRA Commons or Google. Go here for instructions.