Tips for Writing NIH Data Management and Sharing Plans

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) requires a Data Management and Sharing Plan (DMSP) in all competing applications that generate scientific data. A DMSP should cover six key elements as outlined in NOT-OD-21-014.  While not required, using a DMSP template helps researchers address all six elements and sub-elements required by the NIH DMS policy. The  [Read more]

Did you know there used to be a Barnes medical school in St. Louis?

When St. Louisans hear the name Barnes today, the century-old Barnes Hospital (now Barnes-Jewish Hospital) on Washington University’s medical campus might come to mind.  But, before Barnes Hospital came into existence in 1914, St. Louisans would have known Barnes to be the largest medical school in downtown St. Louis. 

May 2024 Scholarly Communications Round-up

Learn more about SciENcv and using ORCID to build the new NSF biographical sketch, the new Elsevier Transformative Agreement, and the revised Public Access Policy for the Gates Foundation.