For current manuscripts using data collected by CKiD, the lead author is responsible for including the Publication Acknowledgment and a supplemental document with a list of the site principal investigators for all manuscripts. The supplemental document can be downloaded as a Word document and may be formatted for the journal.
All publications and presentations of studies utilizing samples or data supplied by CKiD must include the following acknowledgement:
Data in this manuscript were collected by the Chronic Kidney Disease in children prospective cohort study (CKiD) with clinical coordinating centers (Principal Investigators) at Children’s Mercy Hospital and the University of Missouri – Kansas City (Bradley Warady, MD) and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Susan Furth, MD, PhD), Central Biochemistry Laboratory (George Schwartz, MD) at the University of Rochester Medical Center, and data coordinating center (Alvaro Muñoz, PhD and Derek Ng, PhD) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The CKiD Study is funded by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, with additional funding from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (U01-DK-66143, U01-DK-66174, U24-DK-082194, U24-DK-66116). The CKID website is located at https://statepi.jhsph.edu/ckid and a list of CKiD collaborators can be found at https://statepi.jhsph.edu/ckid/site-investigators/.
NIH Public Access Policy
Investigators are required to ensure that any publication that uses CKiD data or samples has a PubMed Central Reference Number (PMCID) assigned to it. The PMCID is a unique reference number that is distinct from the PMID number assigned in PubMed. Some journals will submit manuscripts on behalf of authors to be deposited in PubMed Central (see list here).
It is the responsibility of the lead author to submit published manuscript to the NIHMS system to obtain a PMCID if the journal does not submit manuscripts directly. Please contact KIDMAC with any questions about this process.