• Queen Mary University of London
  • Barts Health NHS
  • Bradford NHS
  • Manchester Uni

Scientific Publications: Authorship and Acknowledgments

We introduced an authorship and acknowledgments policy in Sept 2020 for research using Genes & Health.

Publications must:

  1. Include named co-authors making a major contribution, if appropriate. The Genes & Health Executive will provide advice.
  2. Include 'Genes & Health Research Team' as a consortium author, in most instances.
  3. Include an Acknowledgment Statement, always.


In more detail:

current Acknowledgment Statement:   Genes & Health is/has recently been core-funded by Wellcome (WT102627, WT210561), the Medical Research Council (UK) (M009017), Higher Education Funding Council for England Catalyst, Barts Charity (845/1796), Health Data Research UK (for London substantive site), and research delivery support from the NHS National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network (North Thames). We thank Social Action for Health, Centre of The Cell, members of our Community Advisory Group, and staff who have recruited and collected data from volunteers. We thank the NIHR National Biosample Centre (UK Biocentre), the Social Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry Centre (King's College London), Wellcome Sanger Institute, and Broad Institute for sample processing, genotyping, sequencing and variant annotation. Most of all we thank all of the volunteers participating in Genes & Health.

current Genes & Health Research Team (in alphabetical order by surname):   Shaheen Akhtar, Mohammad Anwar, Elena Arciero, Samina Ashraf, Gerome Breen, Raymond Chung, Charles J Curtis, Maharun Chowdhury, Grainne Colligan, Panos Deloukas, Ceri Durham, Sarah Finer, Chris Griffiths, Qin Qin Huang, Matt Hurles, Karen A Hunt, Shapna Hussain, Kamrul Islam, Ahsan Khan, Amara Khan, Cath Lavery, Sang Hyuck Lee, Robin Lerner, Daniel MacArthur, Bev MacLaughlin, Hilary Martin, Dan Mason, Shefa Miah, Bill Newman, Nishat Safa, Farah Tahmasebi, Richard C Trembath, Bhavi Trivedi, David A van Heel, John Wright

Team members making a substantial contribution, active for >6 months, and ex-team members leaving within ~1 year, are generally included.

To add: other Manchester Genes & Health team members once Manchester site commences recruitment.