CHIPTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IN PUBLICATIONS
Below is the recommended language for acknowledging the CHIPTS grant on publications. Feel free to edit as needed for your specific journal. All CHIPTS and CHIPTS-affiliated investigators are strongly encouraged to cite the CHIPTS grant for any HIV-related publications or publications related to the Center’s scientific theme. Also any recipients of CHIPTS funds (including pilot grant recipients and scholarship awardees) should acknowledge the CHIPTS grant in their publications and presentations.
“This work was also supported by the Center for HIV Identification, Prevention, and Treatment Services (CHIPTS) NIMH grant P30MH058107. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of NIH.”
USING MyNCBI TO CREDIT CHIPTS
Investigators can credit the CHIPTS grant (P30MH058107) by linking their publications through the MyNCBI portal. Investigators will need to log into their MyNCBI account using their NIH’s eRA Commons credentials. Under MyBibliography, investigators can select the grant award number to be added to their publication. For more information, click here. For additional support, please contact Enrique Sanchez at EESanchez@mednet.ucla.edu.
You can find more on citations and complying with NIH Public Access Policy by clicking here.
Members are encouraged to use the CHIPTS logo in your email signature, presentations, posters, and any promotional materials in which CHIPTS is co-sponsoring or is a collaborator. Below you will find a couple versions including ones with a transparent or white background for graphic design use. If you have any questions regarding usage of the logo or other graphic design options, please contact Uyen Kao at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Title: Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS)
*Major Goals: The mission of the Center for HIV Identification and Treatment Services (CHIPTS) is to eliminate new HIV infections by promoting research, fostering networking, and supporting capacity building, with an emphasis on key populations who faces comorbidities. Both domestically and globally, CHIPTS has expertise in HIV program administration, junior faculty and trainee development, policy impact and evaluation, and innovation in interventions to optimize care and treatment of HUV-infected individuals and to expand prevention opportunities for HIV-uninfected at-risk individuals.
*Status of Support: Ongoing
Project Number: P30 MH58017
Name of PD/PI: Steven Shoptaw
*Source of Support: NIH/NIMH
*Primary Place of Performance: UCLA
Project/Proposal Start and End Date: (MM/YYYY)(if avaliable): 03/2017 – 01/2022
*Total Award Amount (Including Indirect Costs) $7,873,771
*Persons Months (Calendar/Academic/Summer) per budget period: [insert your ## calendar month]
We want to provide our members with full support when it comes to linking and uploading publications through the NIH system to stay compliant with the Public Access Policy and as such, provide the following services:
- Link existing publications to the CHIPTS Grant – Our team can link any existing publications to the CHIPTS grant on MyNCBI if it has not yet been linked.
- Uploading publications to NIHMS – Our team will upload publications into the NIH Manuscript System to ensure compliance with the Public Access Policy when provided with the necessary documents (i.e. manuscript, embargo period, etc). We can also assist your team in any step of this process.
- Technical Assistance – If you or your team is in need of technical assistance, training, or guidance when regarding complying to the Public Access Policy and linking publications to CHIPTS, we would be happy to help!
If you would like to use any of these services or have any questions regarding any of this information, please contact Core Coordinator, Enrique Sanchez at EESanchez@mednet.ucla.edu.