If you received money from NH-INBRE that contributed to your research, your work benefited from the use of NH-INBRE supplies or equipment, or an NH-INBRE sponsored student worked in your lab, you should cite NH-INBRE on your publications, presentations, press releases, and any other documents that describe projects or programs supported by NH-INBRE.
Here is an example: ”The ___________ is supported by the New Hampshire IDeA Network of Biological Research Excellence (NH-INBRE) with grants from the National Center for Research Resources (5P20RR030360-03) and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (8P20GM103506-03), National Institutes of Health.”The citation may also include the NH-INBRE logo as well as the IDeA logo. Save the images on this page by clicking and dragging them onto your computer’s desktop.
Why is it important to cite the NH-INBRE?
Each year the NH-INBRE creates a comprehensive Annual Progress Report to NIH NIGMS. That information is used by NIGMS and NH-INBRE to justify our continued support among NIH and elected officials. Most importantly, a strong list of cited publications puts New Hampshire in a far better position for our competing renewal in 2015.
Sharing NH-INBRE generated resources
The New Hampshire INBRE Program shares relevant data and research publications by making them readily available to qualified individuals within the scientific community and to the general public. NH-INBRE funded investigators and investigators that use NH-INBRE research training support are expected to fully comply with this requirement.