Funding

      

CC-BY-NC license

Dove Medical Press publishes many of its articles under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial license (CC-BY-NC). This allows for the non-commercial reuse of the published paper so long as the published paper is fully attributed. Commercial re-use (see sections 4 and 5 here) can only be undertaken with the permission of the publisher.

CC-BY license

Dove Medical Press offers authors whose articles are funded by the following the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license. This license permits the reuse for commercial purposes, but still requires that the article is fully attributed.

Wellcome Trust
NIHR
EC FP7 Post-Grant Open Access Pilot
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
Worldwide Cancer Research (WCR)
Telethon Foundation, Italy
National Institute for Health Research, UK (NIHR)
Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal (FCT)

RCUK funded research:

Charity Open Access Fund (COAF):

Institutions and foundations with Open Access funding

Please note: Authors from these institutions don't automatically use a CC-BY license when submitting. Authors need to apply for funding directly from these institutions and foundations Open Access fund prior to submission.

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

Denmark

Europe

France

Germany

India

International

Ireland

Israel

Italy

The Netherlands

Norway

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

UK

UCL
Open Access funding is available to UCL corresponding authors who are full UCL staff or students, and to RCUK and COAF grant-holders. See UCL's Open Access web pages for information about Open Access funding, or contact open-access@ucl.ac.uk UCL has an Open Access policy and an institutional repository.
 

University of Manchester
Watch this quick informative video explaining what Gold Open Access is and how to apply for open access funding, presented by Professor Colette Fagan from the University of Manchester: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0Aj2Q0QyRc

Visit the university's open access funding page here for more information:
http://www.openaccess.manchester.ac.uk/

USA

 

Updated 10 November 2017