UNR Med Author Affiliation Statement


When submitting a journal manuscript for publication, using the correct author affiliation statement is important for purposes of accurate, comprehensive institutional reporting. Please note:

  • UNR Med titles may be used in academic publications, presentations at professional meetings and letters of recommendations.
  • UNR Med titles should not be used for presentations on behalf of industry (i.e., insurance, pharmaceutical speaker’s bureau) or non-academic publications.

Journal editorial systems often draw author affiliation statements from archived records that have been linked to your email address. Consequently, if you have submitted previous manuscripts to a specific publisher, the affiliation statement they use may not be current or correct. That said, it may take some extra effort to confirm that the publisher-supplied information is accurate. Also, some publisher systems may draw your affiliation information from your ORCID record, so you may need to check the institutional information in your ORCID account to insure accuracy and completeness.

For all unr med affiliates, please follow the example guidelines below

Example guidelines: basic sciences departments

Department of Physiology and Cell Biology, University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, Reno, NV 89557, USA.

Example guidelines: clinical departments including renown faculty joint appointments

Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, Reno, NV, 89557, USA.

Getting help

With institutional affiliation language

Terry Henner, Head, Outreach Services, thenner@med.unr.edu

With faculty titles for joint faculty and community faculty

The Office of Community Faculty, ocf@med.unr.edu