Acknowledging Grant Support in Papers and Presentations

Publications resulting from NIH funding must include an acknowledgment of NIH grant support and a disclaimer. See the relevant section of the NIH Grants Policy Statement for details.

Examples below suggest how to acknowlege support from the PSC, and Training Grants.

PSC, P2C Center Grant

PSC receives funding for infrastructure services and facilities through the NICHD P2C PRIP program. Publications produced in your role as PSC researcher should cite the NICHD center grant, P2CHD041028, in most cases.

Example 1: This research was supported in part by an NICHD center grant to the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan (P2CHD041028).

Example 2: The authors gratefully acknowledge use of the services and facilities of the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan, funded by NICHD Center Grant P2CHD041028.

Training, NIA & NICHD Grants

PSC receives training funding through the National Institute on Aging (NIA) for the Training in the Demography and Economics of Aging program (T32AG000221) and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development for the Social Science Training in Populations Studies program (T32HD007339). If you are supported as a pre- or post-doc during any part of your research, you should cite the appropriate training grant. Examples include:

NIA Example: This research was supported in part by an NIA training grant to the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan (T32AG000221).

NICHD Example: This research was supported in part by an NICHD training grant to the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan (T32HD007339)

If you are uncertain of whether to cite the training grant, please contact the Training Program Administrator to discuss your specific situation.






















		

When to Acknowledge Grant Support

If you have received any of the following types of Center support, please acknowledge the salient grant in your published or presented work.


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