How to cite INBRE
If your work benefited from the use of INBRE equipment or an INBRE sponsored student
worked in your lab or you received money from INBRE that contributed to your research
or career, you must cite INBRE on all publications, presentations, press releases,
requests for proposals, bid invitations, or any other documents or applications that
describe projects or programs that were supported by INBRE. You must cite the grant in the original manuscript and link the final publication to the grant after it is
accepted (instructions below). Citing the grant alone does not result in a link to our grant that is visible to
Example language for citing in a manuscript:
"Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute Of
General Medical Sciencesof the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P20GM103432.
The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent
the official views of the National Institutes of Health.”
"This publication was made possible by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) from
the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health
under Grant # 2P20GM103432"
"The project described was supported by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA)
from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes
of Health under Grant # 2P20GM103432."
Where appropriate, also add: Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily
represent the official views of NIH.
Acknowledgement of Federal Funding:
As required by HHS appropriations acts, all HHS grantees must acknowledge Federal
funding when issuing statements, press releases, requests for proposals, bid invitations,
and other documents describing projects or programs funded in whole or in part with
Federal money. Grantees are required to state (1) the percentage and dollar amounts
of the total program or project costs financed with Federal money and (2) the percentage
and dollar amount of the total costs financed by nongovernmental sources.
Instructions for Linking the Grant to Existing Publications (Even If You Didn’t Cite
In Original Manuscript)
NIH and renewal grant reviewers may check the Wyoming INBRE Director/PI's grant record
to see how many publications related to WY INBRE pilot grants or other resources are
linked to the grant. It is possible to go into your existing publications and add the link to the grant,
even if you did not cite the grant in the original manuscript. This takes ~5 minutes and instructions are below:
Go into MyNCBI: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/account/. Your login will be the same one that you used to create your “My Bibliography” for
NIH Biosketch purposes.
After login, click on your login name int he top right corner to check your Account
settings to make sure that MyNCBI is linked to NIH and the eRA Commons. If it already
is, you will see the words “eRA Login” under “Linked Accounts”. Otherwise, click “Change”
and add NIH and eRA Commons from the dropdown menu. (Important: You will not be able
to add the link to our grant unless you have linked MyNCBI and the eRA Commons)
Go back to “MyNCBI” homepage.
Choose the article to which you want to add the grant citation.
Click on “Manage Citations” on the top left and choose “Manage Awards”.
Select the “Search/Add other awards” tab if MW CTR-IN Grant is not listed. Enter either P20 GM103432 or the WY INBRE Director/PI's name (Robert Seville). Select the grant: P20 GM103432 and close.
Important: All publications that were supported by NIH money and linked to Wyoming INBRE must
comply with NIH’s Open Access Policy (https://publicaccess.nih.gov/policy.htm) and must have a PMCID (Different than an automatically assigned PMID). To get the
PMCID, follow the directions under “Public Access Compliance” to the right of each
article listed in your MyNCBI.