This guide is intended to be an introduction to finding and applying for grants, funding, and scholarships opportunities from Federal agencies, private funders, and here at Tulane University.
Want to learn more? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org (Howard-Tilton Memorial Library) or email@example.com (Matas Library of Health Sciences) and we will be happy to work with you, your students or research group.
In order to take into account of Author name variation or common author names. It is highly recommended that authors create a ResearcherID or an ORCID, which is a unique researcher identifier which you can use in grant, journal, and book submissions. Now more than ever funding agencies as well as publishers are requiring authors to include their ORCID in the submission process.
On March 24, 2017 the National Institute of Health (NIH) released the following notice: NOT-OD-17-050
Purpose of this Notice is as follows"
"The NIH encourages investigators to use interim research products, such as preprints, to speed the dissemination and enhance the rigor of their work. This notice clarifies reporting instructions to allow investigators to cite their interim research products and claim them as products of NIH funding."
In the notice they provide additional guidance and information, about how interim research products should e shared, cited, and made available. Also they included the research behind making this decision.