Publish Your Study
Discover resources to help you with publishing your study.
For studies receiving CTSA support
Citing CTSA support
This Clinical and Translational Science Institute webpage describes when to acknowledge CTSA support (e.g., if you've received CTSI pilot funds, used CTSI facilities, or consulted with CTSI experts), and includes the proper text to use in publications.
For studies receiving NIH support
NIH Public Access Policy and Compliance
The NIH Public Access Policy requires that publication accepted, peer-reviewed journal articles that result from NIH-funded research be submitted to PubMed Central (PMC) and be made publicly available 12 months after publication. This Bio-Medical Library page covers all the aspects of the mandate.
University of Minnesota Libraries research and publication Support services
Research support services
Research support services provides U of M scholars and academics quick access to information and tools to plan, conduct, and disseminate their work.
Libraries staff experts consult throughout the University and provide training on topics related to copyright and intellectual property in research, teaching, publishing, and other creative contexts.
Open access research is free to any reader, anywhere in the world. It’s also free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. We help authors and editors explore their publishing options.
Publishing services provides consultations about general publishing questions, and publishes a number of journals, books, dynamic scholarly serials.
Subject librarians can work with individuals, research groups, and departments to advise on many aspects of reproducibility and rigor.
Research data services
The University Libraries offers data management training for individuals, lab groups, departments, and classes. We also offer regular data management workshops and bootcamps.
For questions or to schedule a consultation: