Molecular and Environmental Toxicology trainees, both students and post-docs, who author or co-author publications must acknowledge their affiliation with the Center and the funding source which supported them while they accomplished their research.
Source of Funding Acknowledgement
According to terms of the training grant award, publications by trainees supported from the METC training grant, publication should state:
“This publication was made possible by grant number T32 ES007015 from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), NIH.”
“This project described was supported by grant number T32 ES007015 from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), NIH.”
“Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NIEHS, NIH.”
METC requires that you place an identifying sticker with the METC name and logo on meeting posters.
Please be advised the METC staff/faculty and the University of Wisconsin do NOT provide tax advice. A few things to keep in mind are:
- If you are paid by a training grant, the University will not deduct income taxes from your stipend. However, the stipend is taxable. Many students file quarterly estimated tax statements. To do so, the Federal Forms 1040-ES (Estimted Income Tax for Individuals) are needed. Federal tax information and federal forms/publications are available from the Internal Revenue Service. Form requests and income information for Wisconsin state income tax are available from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. IRS Publications 520 Scholarships and Fellowships and IRS 505 Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax may be helpful.
- Note: Trainees/Fellows for whom taxes are not withheld will not receive a W-2 form. Instead, the University will provide a letter to you in January indicating the amounts paid to you during the previous year. Trainees are exempt from social security taxes.