Author Publication Solicitation & Review

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Research Logix allows administrators to query investigators in regards to questions regarding their publications. This article will cover the personal review of publications by a research when a publication solicitation request has been initiated by a Research Logix Administrator.


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Receiving a Solicitation from an Administrator

When administrators send out a solicitation for publication review, you will receive an email directly from Research Logix, . The subject and email text will be tailored by the administrator, so the text may vary. 


Example Email

Here is an example of an email that you will receive from Research Logix ( The text will vary based on the solicitation. To access the publication review portal, click the link provided at the end of the email.

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Publication Review Portal

The link provided within the email will take you directly to the Publication Review Portal. There is no requirement for login. 

Your personalized portal will consist of the primary areas (click image below for a zoomed view):

  1. Pending Review - These are the publications that are awaiting your input
  2. Completed Reviews - These publications have already been reviewed by you, but you can still access them for updates
  3. Publication Info - This is information about your publication pulled directly from PubMed. If you would like to reference the PubMed article information, a PubMed Link will be provided
  4. Questions - These are critical questions that need to be answered or verified by you. Administrators have the opportunity to pre-fill information upon initial importing of data into Research Logix. 
  5. Shared Resource Utilization - Use the checkboxes provided to indicate the utilization of a shared resource service in conjunction with the research associated with the publication.
  6. Not My Publication - If this publication has been associated with you, but is incorrect, click this option to have the publication unlinked from your Research Logix Profile.





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