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FAQs : NIH Public Access Policy
The NIH Public Access Policy (http://publicaccess.nih.gov/ [http://publicaccess.nih.gov/]) requires that any investigator who receives a NIH research grant and publishes the results of the research in a scientific journal must deposit an electronic copy o...
No. PubMed Central (PMC) is an archive of full-text biomedical journal papers available online without a fee. PubMed is a free database containing references and abstracts accessing on life sciences and biomedical topics. If an article is indexed in PubMe...
Institutions and Principal Investigators (PI) are responsible for compliance. The PI of the grant is also responsible even if they are not an author or co-author of a publication that falls under the revised NIH policy.
Any NIH funding awarded after April 7, 2008 - including continuing grants or cooperative agreements - fall under the terms of this Policy.
Non-compliance of this Policy will delay processing of non-competing continuation grant awards for all grants with start dates or renewal dates on or after July 1, 2013. The award will not be processed until recipients have demonstrated compliance.
Investigators must submit the final, peer-reviewed manuscripts to PubMed Central, unless they have specific permission from the publisher to submit the published version of the article. The final, peer-reviewed manuscript is the version including all modi...
All peer-reviewed articles, accepted for publication on or after April 7, 2008, that arise, in whole or in part, from NIH funding or from NIH staff must be deposited into PubMed Central - the NIH digital repository of all full-text peer reviewed journal a...
Anyone may submit the manuscript on behalf of the authors (e.g. administrative personnel, graduate students, etc.). Approval of the PDF Receipt and web version of the manuscript can be done by any of a paper's authors. If the initial author contacted for ...
Yes. The NIH will reimburse publication costs, including author fees, for grants and contracts provided: * Such costs incurred are actual, allowable, and reasonable to advance the objectives of the award. * The costs are charged consistently regardl...
Yes. PIs may assign a delegate from their My NCBI accounts to manage the compliance of publications. The Awards View feature within the My Bibliography section of a PI's My NCBI account allows eRA Commons users to: * See whether their publications are...
The NIH Public Access Policy requires that all publications resulting from NIH funding are deposited to PubMed Central -- the government's public access repository for full-text articles. (NOTE: PubMed Central is Not the same as PubMed - the NIH index t...
The NIH Public Access Policy requires that all publications resulting from NIH funding are deposited to PubMed Central -- the government's public access repository for full-text articles. (NOTE: PubMed Central is Not the same as PubMed - the NIH index t...
The NIH Public Access Policy requires that all publications resulting from NIH funding are deposited to PubMed Central -- the government's public access repository for full-text articles. (NOTE: PubMed Central is Not the same as PubMed - the NIH index t...
If you are not an author of this publication, you can first check journal author agreement before you submit your publication. If the author retains permission to submit to PubMed Central, you can then: * Request a copy of the accepted final peer-revi...