How and When to Cite BRIDGE-C2 Center Funding
Any dissemination that is supported by BRIDGE-C2 must follow these guidelines and be sent to [email protected] for tracking and review at least two weeks prior to submission.
You must cite BRIDGE-C2 funding in your scholarly product (manuscript, blog post, poster, presentation, toolkit, press release, etc) if the product:
- Is reporting research from a BRIDGE-C2 Pilot
- Has a primary author or co-author whose contribution was supported by BRIDGE-C2
- Uses data from BRIDGE-C2 surveillance
- Uses a BRIDGE-C2 toolkit
Include the following statement in products (manuscripts, posters, presentations, etc.)
"Research reported in this [publication/press release] was supported by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health under award number P50CA244289. This program is supported by funding provided through the Cancer MoonshotSM. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health."
Note: If your product involves the OCHIN Implementation Laboratory, please contact [email protected] to assess which OCHIN funding statements need to be included.
Open Access Requirement for Manuscripts
The Cancer Moonshot at NCI, through which the BRIDGE-C2 Center is funded, requires all publications be made publicly available upon publication without any embargo. Most of the time, obtaining immediate Open Access will come with a financial cost as part of publication.
As you are finalizing your accepted manuscript for publication, please email [email protected] and we will walk you through the steps to cover the cost of Open Access.
You need to include the following organizational logos in your product. Please contact [email protected] to get high-resolution versions of these logos.
Note: If your product involves the OCHIN Implementation Laboratory, please contact [email protected] to assess which OCHIN logos need to be included.