2020年欧洲杯冠亚军预测A change ison the horizon for early-career researchers involved in grant opportunitiesfrom the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Starting this fall, NIH willrequire researchers who are involved in certain types of grants to link an ORCIDID number to their grants.
ORCID, orthe Open Research andContributor ID, is a digital identifier that shows the connectionsbetween researchers and their research contributions, funders, and institutions,enabling researchers to list this information in one central place. StartingOctober 2019, individuals supported by NIH institutional research training,career development, and education awards (e.g., T awards) will be required tolink an ORCID ID with their NIH research administration (eRA Commons) account. Individualswill also need ORCID IDs when applying for individual fellowship and careerdevelopment awards (e.g., F and K awards) due on or after January 25, 2020.
2020年欧洲杯冠亚军预测NIH suggeststhat its partnership with ORCID will reduce the amount of administrative workrequired to apply for funding. With an ORCID ID, psychological scientists can usetheir digital identifier to automatically populate sections of compatible fundingapplications, avoiding the need to continually re-enter the same informationinto different applications. According to NIH, use of ORCID IDs will also alloworganizations like NIH to track the progress of researchers along their careerpath to better monitor their professional outcomes.
2020年欧洲杯冠亚军预测The move to encouraging platforms such as ORCID is a global trend with NIH, the US Department of Energy, NASA, and the Wellcome Trust adopting support for ORCID to better track researchers and their research outcomes. APS journal submitters are also able to link to their ORCID accounts during the article submission process.