“Can I add a submitted (but not yet accepted) publication in the Publication List linked to a renewal application?”

Funding News Edition: February 06, 2019
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No, you shouldn’t add any publications that haven’t yet been accepted by a journal.

One exception is preprints, which we discuss in our August 3, 2017 article “Answers to Your Questions About Interim Research Products.”

If your manuscript is accepted after you've sent your application but before initial peer review, we will accept that news as post-submission material no later than 30 calendar days before the review meeting. Email the scientific review officer a PDF attachment stating the authors, institutional affiliations, title of the article, the journal that accepted it, and the expected time of publication. Don’t attach the article itself.

Learn more at NIH's Post-Submission Materials Policy Frequently Asked Questions.

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