Between 2013 and 2018, more than 500 publications have resulted from research projects that have received NBB tissue. Below the lists of all these publications can be found, both combined and per year:
Corporate co-authorship of the NBB
In cases where the NBB’s contribution to a research project is more substantial than usual and includes e.g. intellectual input into study design or specific analyses of tissue or donor data, the NBB can request (corporate) co‐authorship for the Netherlands Brain Bank in case of a publication in which NBB material or data are used. Via the link below the guidelines for corporate co-athorship of the NBB can be found. In case of additional questions you can contact eNBB@nin.knaw.nl.
BrainNet Europe and Code of Conduct
The NBB participated in BrainNet Europe. This list describes the publications related to BrainNet Europe until 2010. In addition, BrainNet Europe's Code of Conduct for brain banking was published in 2015 (Journal of Neural Transmission).
- Full text of the Code of Conduct
- Overview of international legislation and guidelines on bioethics used in preparation of the Code of Conduct
The impact factor of a scientific journal indicates how often its recently published articles have been cited, on average. The table below shows the numbers of publications (2004-2012) for which NBB-tissue was used, for different journal impact factors.
|Impact factor||Publications||Publications by NIN research groups|
|Over 9||56||27 (48%)|
|7 - 9||52||12 (19%)|
|Under 7||362||128 (35%)|
|All journals||470||167 (36%)|