Publication and Grant Support Services

NYUHSL provides support for publication and for grant submissions through producing and updating the Faculty Bibliography, as well as through assistance in complying with the NIH Public Access mandate, locating funding sources, journal selection, and citation analysis.

  • Faculty Bibliography Support
    The Faculty Bibliography gathers citations to publications of NYU School of Medicine, College of Nursing, and College of Dentistry faculty into a single easy-to-use database. The Find a Researcher tool, which allows users to identify researchers with certain research interests or expertiese, contains those same citations. 
    The library can assist in making additions or corrections to your faculty bibliography. For assistance, contact:
    Stuart Spore, MS, MLIS
    Associate Director for Access, Resources & Systems
  • Grant Funding and Scholarly Communication
    The library maintains databases of available and awarded grants and librarians are available to provide assistance in using these resources. 

    Librarians can assist in choosing journals for manuscript submission, providing information about key publication planning resources such as PubsHub, which provides impact factor, time to publication, and acceptance rate.

    To arrange group instruction or individual consultations, contact:
    Aileen McCrillis, MSLIS
    Research Librarian
  • NIH Public Access Mandate
    All publications resulting from NIH grants are required to be submitted to PubMed Central, the public access repository maintained by the National Library of Medicine. While some journals handle this submission process, others require an author to approve the submission, or to submit the post-print of the article themselves. NYUHSL librarians are available to provide assistance in this process. For assistance, contact:
    Alisa Surkis, PhD, MLS
    Translational Science Librarian
  • Citation Analysis
    Librarians can provide metrics such as h-index for individual researchers or groups, as well as providing other publication metrics. For assistance, contact:
    Aileen McCrillis, MSLIS
    Research Librarian