The NIH Public Access Policy requires investigators and scholars to submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts that arise from NIH funds to PMC upon acceptance of publication. All journal manuscripts applicable under the NIH Public Access Policy must demonstrate evidence of compliance in NIH applications and reports. As of Spring 2013, NIH will withhold grant money to enforce public-access policy [Nat Med. 2013 Jan;19(1):3. doi: 10.1038/nm0113-3]. Another change this spring is an enhancement to My NCBI to facilitate reporting of publications in paper progress reports; More info about My Bibliography Tool in My NCBI; Research News: TWO Important Upcoming Changes to NIH Grant Policies.
- Are you preparing a manuscript for publication?
- Are you familiar with journal policies for NIH-funded authors?
- Do you need a NIHMSID or a PMCID for an application or progress report?
- Do you know how to respond to a request from NIH asking for documentation of compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy for your publications cited in a progress report?
Option 1: Location:Holden Auditorium at the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center
Date and Time: Thursday February 14, 2013, Noon-1:00 pm
NO REGISTRATION required for Feb. 14th session.
Option 2: Location: Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Room 214
Date and Time: Wednesday 20 March 2013, Noon-1:00 pm
TO REGISTER: There is no fee for this presentation. Please register via online form or email Cathy Sarli (email@example.com) to reserve a seat.
Presentations are open to all NIH-funded investigators/authors, grant managers or support staff from both WU campuses.
If you have questions or would like to arrange a customized presentation in the biology department, please contact Ruth Lewis.