Peer reviews of CCPR take into account our research productivity. One way that productivity is assessed is by the number of publications that were supported in whole or in part by the NIH P2C center grant, the T32 training grant, and/or by NIH research grants for specific projects. It is important to acknowledge CCPR and appropriate to acknowledge more than one source of support; e.g., CCPR’s P2C and a specific research grant.

Which grants merit CCPR acknowledgment?

Support from the following grants should be acknowledged.

 Center grant

  • CCPR’s Population Research Infrastructure Grant P2C from NICHD: P2C-HD041022

Training grants

  • CCPR’s Population Research Training Grants T32 from NICHD: T32-HD007545

NIH, NSF, and other research grants for specific projects 

What constitutes CCPR “support?”

Examples of the support that CCPR provides are below. If you received support from CCPR in any of these or similar ways, you should acknowledge CCPR in your published work.

Seed grant

Training grant

Research office or cubicle

Computing support

Statistical consulting or assistance

Literature searches or other library support

Proposal preparation

Grants management

Travel arrangements for yourself or visitors

Reimbursements

Suggested text for acknowledgments

For researchers supported by the P2C center grant:

  • This project was supported [or supported in part] by the California Center for Population Research at UCLA (CCPR), which receives core support (P2C- HD041022) from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).
  • We are grateful to the California Center for Population Research at UCLA (CCPR) for general support. CCPR receives population research infrastructure funding (P2C-HD041022) from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).
  • The author[s] benefited from facilities and resources provided by the California Center for Population Research at UCLA (CCPR), which receives core support (P2C-HD041022) from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).

For trainees directly supported by the T32 training grant:

  • The authors thank the California Center for Population Research at UCLA (CCPR) for its training support from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (T32-HD007545).
  • This project was supported by the California Center for Population Research at UCLA (CCPR) with training support from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (T32-HD007545).