Facility Acknowledgments

ALL PUBLICATIONS that include data obtained through MagLab (AMRIS) instrumentation, or involvement of MagLab-funded personnel at the AMRIS Facility, should state:

“A portion of this work was performed in the McKnight Brain Institute at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory’s Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy (AMRIS) Facility, which is supported by National Science Foundation Cooperative Agreement DMR-2128556 and the State of Florida.”

NOTE: For data collected during calendar years 2023-2027, the grant number is DMR-2128556.  For data collected from 2018-2022, the grant number is DMR-1644779; for 2012-2017, the grant number is DMR-1157490.  Please include the correct grant number (single or multiple) to indicate your data was collected during that specific time period. 

Funding SourceFunding YearsGrant Number
NSF/DMR2012-2017DMR-1157490
NSF/DMR2018-2022DMR-1644779
NSF/DMR2023-2027DMR-2128556

NSF support must also be orally acknowledged during all news media interviews, including popular media such as radio, television and news magazines.

IN ADDITION:

Publications using data collected on the Siemens 3T should also include

  • This work was supported in part by an NIH award, S10 OD021726, for High End Instrumentation

Publications using data collected on the 7T instrument should also include

  • This work was supported in part by an NIH award, S10 OD030293, for MRI/S instrumentation

Publications using data collected on the 11T instrument should also include

  • This work was supported in part by an NIH award, S10 RR025671, for MRI/S instrumentation

Publications using data collected on the Silver 600 MHz-51mm Avance III should also include:

  • This work was supported in part by an NIH award, S10 RR031637, for magnetic resonance instrumentation.

Publications using data collected on the 600 MHz Wide Bore-89mm should also include:

  • This work was supported in part by an NIH award, S10 OD028753, for magnetic resonance instrumentation.

Publications using data collected with the 1.5-mm HTS Cold Probe (transferred to TLH in March 2022) on the Agilent VNMRS-600 instrument should also include:

  • A portion of this work was carried out using a 1.5 mm High Temperature Superconducting Cryogenic Probe developed with support from NIH award R01 EB009772.
  • Cite in materials/methods: Ramaswamy, Vijaykumar, et al. “Development of a 13C-optimized 1.5-mm high temperature superconducting NMR probe.” Journal of Magnetic Resonance 235 (2013): 58-65.

 

Please send the Research Coordinator the citation details for reference of all publications using the facility. We would also appreciate your reporting of theses/dissertations, awards, grants, and other honors related to the facility.