Acknowledging the Center

If you receive research support through utilization of any Core resources from the Wisconsin ADRC, or you receive Wisconsin ADRC-supported grant funding, you are responsible for acknowledging the Wisconsin ADRC in publications, posters and presentations per the guidelines below.

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Publications

You must cite the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Grant P30AG534255 if you:

  • Receive funding from the ADRC for research you are publishing
  • Use ADRC resources to support any aspect of your research study, including but not limited to the following examples: scientific expertise for the purposes of grant submission, data analysis or conduction of a clinical trial; recruitment of study participants from the ADRC Clinical Core or Recruitment Registry; utilization of ADRC biospecimens

All investigators funded by the NIH must submit publications for inclusion in Pub Med Central and obtain a PubMed CID. Visit NIH Public Access website to learn more about the submission process and for a list of journals that are automatically submitted to PubMed Central.

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Posters and Presentations

If you receive research support through utilization of any Core resources from the Wisconsin ADRC, or you receive Wisconsin ADRC-supported grant funding, you must acknowledge the Wisconsin ADRC when creating a poster or presentation as follows:

Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center P30AG534255