How to use Researchfish®
Our Researchfish® reporting period runs during February and March. This is the formal period during which details of new outputs can be attributed to your funded grant. You can, however, enter, amend and update information in your portfolio at any time throughout the year. We ask that all our active grant holders report annually, with the first submission expected a year after their award start date. As many of the outcomes of a grant can occur after the award has ended, our researchers should continue to report after the completion of their funding. The number of annual submissions we request post award end date varies according to grant type.
|Grant Type||Years after award has ended|
Network Resource Grant
Interdisciplinary Research Grant
|Network Cooperation Grant
Target Validation Pathfinder Grant
|PhD Scholarship||3 years|
Network Support Grant
The principal grant holder will receive an invitation email with instructions on how to register and a specific link. If you already have a Researchfish® account, you will still need to follow the link in order for new grants to appear in your personal Researchfish® portfolio.
We require grantholders to record outputs that directly arise from your funded grant(s) within distinct sections in Researchfish®. This includes information on publications, new collaborations, further funding, engagement activities, etc. The supplementary Alzheimer’s Research UK-specific question set will be located as a compulsory section within the award record.
We’re keen to hear about all outputs associated with your funded research – both weird and wonderful! If you’re ever unsure about whether a specific output should be attributed to your award, feel free to contact the Research team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We prefer the registered PI to enter the outputs associated with their Alzheimer’s Research UK-funded research. However, the PI can also nominate a trusted team member or delegate to record outputs on their behalf. This should normally be someone who works directly on the grant, for example the lead post-doc, but lab managers or personal assistants may also be nominated. For our funded PhD Studentships, the PI must nominate the student as a team member to record the outputs. Regardless of who records the outputs, it is the PI’s responsibility to check the outputs and confirm the final submission during the reporting period.
Holders of Scientific Conference Grants, Network Centre Grants and most Strategic Projects are not currently required to report through Researchfish®. We operate alternative reporting protocols for these awards and holders are welcome to email us with outputs at any time at: email@example.com