For any research project that has received support or benefit from the PSTC (see below), it is an NIH requirement and the law to do the following:
1. CITE the PSTC grant number in any current or future publications that have benefited from PSTC services, tools, or funding. (Grant numbers and example acknowledgments provided below.) This acknowledgment of support is tracked and reported to the NIH. It is used as a key metric of the PSTC's productivity (publications) to ensure continued funding for the Center.
2. SEND the final, pre-formatted version of all peer-reviewed publications to PSTC_PubMed@brown.edu. The articles must also be deposited in the NIH's PubMed Central upon acceptance for publication. It is the author's responsibility to ensure this is done. Some journals make deposits automatically; this can also be done by the author or by PSTC staff, if requested. Authors should always verify that their articles have been submitted in order to comply with the NIH public access policy.
To add your article to PubMed Central, log in to the NIH manuscript submission system using an eRA Commons ID. The system will generate an email message asking you to verify the submission. Contact Ana_Wildman@brown.edu with any questions.
PSTC support and benefits
Support from the PSTC includes:
- computing and programming support
- funding including programming, seed, training, and travel funding
- grant submission and management
- travel arrangement services for PSTC affiliates and visitors
- use of office or meeting space
- use of tools and equipment
- Center grant: P2C HD041020 (to be acknowledged by all affiliates)
- Training grant: T32 HD007338 (to be acknowledged by all trainees and trainee collaborators)
For PSTC center support:
- Research reported in this publication was supported by the Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University through the generosity of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (P2C HD041020).
- We are grateful to the Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University, which receives funding from the NIH (P2C HD041020), for general support.
For training support:
- Research reported in this publication was supported by Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University through the generosity of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (P2C HD041020 and T32 HD007338).
- We are grateful to the Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University, which receives funding from the NIH, for training support (T32 HD007338) and for general support (P2C HD041020).
Researchers with grants from NSF must follow similar guidelines, effective January 25, 2016.
Please email Ana_Wildman@brown.edu for further assistance.