Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence

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Award Agreement

The Kansas INBRE is supported by a grant from the IDeA Program of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) under grant number P20 GM103418.

Each participant selected to receive an award is asked to sign an award agreement. A copy of the award agreement is available here.

Student Registration

All new students that receive funding from K-INBRE in any capacity should complete the K-INBRE Entrance Survey found here.

Acknowledgement of K-INBRE Grant

As a condition for accepting research support, you should cite K-INBRE P20 GM103418 on your publications, presentations, press releases, and any other documents that describe projects or programs supported by K-INBRE. 

Who should cite K-INBRE?

If you received funds from the Kansas INBRE that contributed to your research, either directly or through the use of its Core Facilities, your work benefited from the use of K-INBRE supplies or equipment or a K-INBRE sponsored student worked in your lab, you should cite K-INBRE P20 GM103418 on your publications, presentations, press releases and any other documents that describe projects or programs supported by K-INBRE.

Example acknowledgement statements are included here:

This project was supported by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under grant number P20 GM103418.  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences or the National Institutes of Health.

or

Supported by the Kansas INBRE, P20 GM103418

Why is it important to cite the Kansas INBRE?

Each year the Kansas INBRE prepares an Annual Progress Report to NIGMS. The information is used by NIGMS to justify our continued support among NIH and elected officials.

Public Access Policy

What is the NIH Public Access Policy?

It requires scientists (authors, PI’s, or a designate) to submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts that arise from NIH funds to the digital archive PubMed Central upon acceptance for publication.  To help advance science and improve human health, the Policy requires that these papers are accessible to the public on PubMed Central no later than 12 months after publication.

Why does it matter to you?

  • For all NIH awards with anticipated start dates on or after July 1, 2013, NIH will delay processing of an award if publications arising from it are not in compliance with the NIH public access policy.
  • Investigators will need to use My NCBI to enter papers onto progress reports

Getting started

Step 1: Create a MyNCBI account (if you don’t already have one) – go to http://pubmed.gov, then “sign in to NCBI” located in upper right corner of screen.  Within MyNCBI is My Bibliography – several features will be of use to you:

  • Save PubMed citations to your My Bibliography; you can also manually enter other publications
  • Associate publications to NIH awards & manage compliance for your journal articles
  • Assign others to manage your bibliography via delegate access

Step 2: Link your MyNCBI account to your eRA Commons account

How to Comply – more details, including a compliance wizard, at publicaccess.nih.gov

  • Address copyright before signing publisher agreement – note NIH-funding and grant number, and verify that the approved peer reviewed manuscript can be posted to PubMed Central (PMC).
  • Determine submission method for journal – for Method A, B or D the publisher deposits.  Method C – authors or PI’s must deposit. Ensure that deposit is made upon acceptance for publication.
  • Use NIHMS (https://nihms.nih.gov) to approve publisher deposits or make deposits on your own.  Log in with your eRA Commons login.
  • Two steps to compliance – initial approval of manuscript deposit, then final approval of version released to PubMed Central that generates a PMCID.  Both steps occur within NIHMS.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Principal Investigators and their Institutions - are responsible for ensuring all terms and conditions of awards are met. This includes the submission of final peer-reviewed manuscripts that arise directly from their awards, even if they are not an author or co-author of the paper. Principal Investigators and their Institutions should ensure that authors are aware of and comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.

Need help depositing a manuscript that cites the K-INBRE grant number (P20 GM103418)?