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Acknowledging the MIP

Both the GlycoMIP name and award number (DMR-1933525) must be acknowledged in all publications, presentations, websites, press releases, etc., generated or resulting from research or services by GlycoMIP user facilities, whether in person or remotely. Examples of acceptable acknowledgments include:

This work was supported by GlycoMIP, a National Science Foundation Materials Innovation Platform funded through Cooperative Agreement DMR-1933525.

The (samples/data/model/etc.) used in this study (was/were) provided by GlycoMIP, a National Science Foundation Materials Innovation Platform funded through Cooperative Agreement DMR-1933525.

The authors wish to acknowledge the contributions of (name(s)) in the (synthesis/preparation/characterization/analysis) of (samples/date/model/etc.) provided by GlycoMIP, a National Science Foundation Materials Innovation Platform funded through Cooperative Agreement DMR-1933525.

Faculty instructions for user project/proposal submission

How to Submit a Service/Sample Request for U.S.-Based, Non-Proprietary projects:

We’ve determined that your project will require a Service/Sample Request. Follow the steps below to complete your request:

  1. Before submitting your request, work with your Project Advocate to develop a feasible scope of work (SOW) and save it as a PDF file.
  2. Navigate to the User Portal on the GlycoMIP website.  Click the drop-down arrow for Service/Sample Request, and click on the link called “Service/Sample Request”.  Select your Project Advocate’s name from the drop-down list in order to enter the request portal.
  3. Fill in the form using the contact information for the PI.  You’ll be able to add other scientists/students further down in the form.  Attach the SOW.
  4. U.S.-Based, non-proprietary use of the GlycoMIP user facility requires e a signed “GlycoMIP Policy Acceptance” form to be on file.  Download the form, sign, and upload it to your application.  Signed agreements are valid for one year.
  5. Submit your request.
  6. Upon submission, the PI and other listed users will receive demographics surveys from GlycoMIP via email.  Users are strongly encouraged to complete this form to help GlycoMIP reach its goals to broaden participation.

How to Submit a Research Project Proposal for U.S.-Based, Non-Proprietary projects:

We’ve determined that your project warrants a Research Proposal and will require review/approval before your request can be completed.  Follow the steps below to complete your request:

  1. Before submitting your request, work with your Project Advocate to develop a feasible proposal (per guidelines).  Combine the proposal with required references and bio sketches and save as a single PDF.
  2. Navigate to the User Portal on the GlycoMIP website.  Click the drop-down arrow for Research Project Proposal, and click on the link called “Research Project Proposal Submission”.  Select your Project Advocate’s name from the drop-down list in order to enter the request portal.
  3. Fill in the form using the contact information for the PI.  You’ll be able to add other scientists/students further down in the form.  Attach the PDF containing the proposal.
  4. U.S.-Based, non-proprietary use of the GlycoMIP user facility requires a signed “GlycoMIP Policy Acceptance” form to be on file.  Download the form, sign, and upload it to your application.  Signed agreements are valid for one year.
  5. Submit your request.
  6. Upon submission, the PI and other listed users will receive demographics surveys from GlycoMIP via email.  Users are strongly encouraged to complete this form to help GlycoMIP reach its goals to broaden participation.
  7. Your proposal will be routed through the appropriate review process and you will be contacted once complete to begin the scheduling process.