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ORCID

What is this resource?

ORCID is a service that provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows (e.g., manuscript and grant submissions), supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities.

 

Think of it as a unique code that provides a persistent identity for researchers, allowing consistent tracking of scientific and other academic works and contributions, ensuring that your work is recognized appropriately.

 

NOTE: Use of all CTSI-CN resources and services will first require registering for an ORCID. CTSI-CN will only access information that you have designated as Public in ORCID.

 

Who can use this resource?

All Children’s National and The George Washington University (GW) research faculty and staff are encouraged to register for an ORCID. This includes investigators, research nurses/coordinators, research assistants, etc.

NOTE: Use of all CTSI-CN resources and services will first require registering for an ORCID. CTSI-CN will only access information that you have designated as Public in ORCID.

How much does access to this resource cost?

ORCID is offered at no cost. To see the cost of other CTSI-CN resources, please visit SPARC Request.

How do I access this resource?

Please click HERE to register for an ORCID. Once completed you will be provided your unique 16-digit ORCID number.

Who should I contact for more information?

Please contact ORCID directly at https://orcid.org/help/contact-us if you have questions related to registration.

If you have questions related to your ORCID account for CTSI-CN purposes, please visit the CTSI-CN Faculty and Staff Directory to seek the staff member responsible for this resource.

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