IBIF Publications Information

IBIF Publications Information

Did you know?

IBIF has been acknowledged in more than 100 publications to date!

You can see the full list of IBIF journal publications at: https://coremarketplace.org/cu-ibif, by selecting the “Publications” tab within the “Facility Details” window.  If you notice any errors in the list, please contact IBIF’s core manager.

Assistance with Preparing Publications or Presentations

One of IBIF’s primary goals is to help users collect critical data in a timely manner, but it is also our goal to see our users communicate their data accurately and effectively.

If you require assistance in drafting a manuscript, poster, or presentation, don’t hesitate to contact one of our staff.  We are happy to review your data or help you draft content, especially as it relates to experiments involving IBIF resources.  We currently will perform an hour of these services at no cost to the user, but if you need extensive editorial or analysis assistance, we will first discuss anticipated costs with you.

Help us track Publications!

If you publish an article that utilized IBIF resources, we want to know!  Please send us a copy of your paper after it is published.  Our funding agencies require IBIF to submit a full list of publications every year. It’s also extremely important to acknowledge the core in your paper, as proof that you used IBIF!  The surest way to acknowledge IBIF is by including the following statement in the Acknowledgment section of your paper:

This research was partially conducted at the Integrated Biomedical Imaging Facility at Creighton University, Omaha, NE (RRID:SCR_023806). This facility is supported by the Creighton University School of Medicine and grants GM103427 and GM139762 from the National Institute of General Medical Science (NIGMS), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The facility was constructed with support from grants from the National Center for Research Resources (RR016469) and the NIGMS (GM103427). This investigation is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of NIGMS or NIH.