‘My UKPMC’: new grant reporting services

Open access and funder mandates: a workshop for HEI repository managers and OA administrators 24th September 2009
Alison Henning, UKPMC Funders’ Group Project Manager, Wellcome Library, Wellcome Trust a.henning@wellcome.ac.uk

Overview
• Grant Reporting Service being developed as part of the UKPMC ‘Phase 3’ development programme 2008 -2011 • Implementation by MIMAS (University of Manchester) supported by a UKPMC Funders’ Steering Group • Objectives:
to help the Funders’ Group: monitor the effectiveness of their oa policy; assess impact/output of individual grants and grant holders; determine the value of their research portfolios to provide benefits to the Researcher by: enabling grantholders to easily report research outputs to their funders; offering a range of valueadded services such as ‘My Grants’ and ‘My Impact’ in a single location

• Two phases:
Grantee Reports (released April 2009) Funder Reports (released October 2009 onwards)

Data
Several data sources used to generate reports: • Grant and grantee information provided by Funders • Existing ‘links’ between grant IDs and papers in PubMed/UKPMC
through use of the manuscript submission system through correct grant attribution in publisher deposited papers through manual linking via the UKMSS grant linking service

• Bibliographic data from PubMed/UKPMC • WoS citation count API • Scopus citation count API • UKPMC downloads database

Grantee reports
• ‘My Grants’ report
details of all grants the grant holder has been awarded details of outputs from individual grants

• ‘My Impact’ report
provides WoS and Scopus citation counts and UKPMC download data for each paper

• All reports
dynamic exportable ‘publishable’

Funder Reports (1)
• Flexible system allowing pre-defined and bespoke reports to be run • Funders will primarily use to evaluate their own research portfolios but benchmarking between all Funders will be possible

Funder Reports (2)
Reports will include: • Cross funding • OA compliance • Journal • Author • Citations • Grants • Subject • Institution

Sample Funder Reports

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My UKPMC: Bibliographic Details
Summary: Showing results for all dates for papers funded by both CSO and BBSRC

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Title: Author(s): Source: PMCID: PMID: In UKPMC: Grant IDs: Title: Author(s): Source: PMCID: PMID: In UKPMC: Grant IDs: Title: Author(s): Source: PMCID: PMID: In UKPMC: Grant IDs: 17β-Estradiol Regulates Expression of KATP Channels in Heart-Derived H9c2 Cells R Hall, P M Starkey J Am Coll Cardiol . 2002 Jul 17 ; 40 (2) : 367-374. 2136231 12106946 Manuscript: Abstract Full Text PDF-0.8M CZG/2/317 BBE0071201 2,4-Diaminopteridine-Based Compounds as Precursors for De Novo Synthesis of Antifolates: a Novel Class of Antimalarials R Hall Antimicrob Agents Chemother . 2005 Sep ; 49 (9) : 3652-3657. 1195384 16127035 Abstract Full Text PDF-266K CAF/06/01 JE616399 3-Aminooxy-1-Aminopropane and Derivatives Have an Antiproliferative Effect on Cultured Plasmodium falciparum by Decreasing Intracellular Polyamine Concentrations R Hall, M Keynes Antimicrob Agents Chemother . 2005 Jul ; 49 (7) : 2857-2864. 1168667 15980361 Abstract Full Text PDF-143K CZH/4/95 C13364

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Grant Details
Funder Grant ID Dates PI Name Project Title Institution CSO CZG/2/317 01/01/2008 - 31/12/2012 R Hall A study of the epidemiology of lower respiratory tract infection and pneumococcal carriage in refugee infants living on the Thai-Burmese border. LONDON SCH OF HYGIENE & TROPICAL MED Grant Type Stream Grant Amount Project Grant 2 £630,000

Research Articles – View Summary
Title: Author(s): Source: PMCID: PMID: In UKPMC: Title: Author(s): Source: PMCID: PMID: In UKPMC: Title: Author(s): Source: PMCID: PMID: In UKPMC: 17β-Estradiol Regulates Expression of KATP Channels in Heart-Derived H9c2 Cells R Hall, P M Starkey J Am Coll Cardiol . 2002 Jul 17 ; 40 (2) : 367-374. 2136231 12106946 Manuscript: Abstract Full Text PDF-0.8M 2,4-Diaminopteridine-Based Compounds as Precursors for De Novo Synthesis of Antifolates: a Novel Class of Antimalarials R Hall Antimicrob Agents Chemother . 2005 Sep ; 49 (9) : 3652-3657. 1195384 16127035 Abstract Full Text PDF-266K 3-Aminooxy-1-Aminopropane and Derivatives Have an Antiproliferative Effect on Cultured Plasmodium falciparum by Decreasing Intracellular Polyamine Concentrations R Hall, M Keynes Antimicrob Agents Chemother . 2005 Jul ; 49 (7) : 2857-2864. 1168667 15980361 Abstract Full Text PDF-143K

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Grantee Reports demonstration
• Grant Reporting System – ‘My UKPMC’ – is accessible via the UK Manuscript Submission System • Public view of the Grant Reporting Service will be through ‘Grant Lookup’ on the UKPMC site

Challenges
• Data • Uptake

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