Simply click grants, publications & organizations or persons, above the search bar, to change between grants, publications & organizations and persons search modes. Both search types are case insensitive.
Grants, Publications & Organizations
Enter one topic or keyword, or multiple search terms separated by spaces. Results for multiple search term lookups can be refined using the drop down to the right of the topic/keyword search bar. The default setting "match any words" will return the broadest results.
HIVmatch any words
all matches * for HIV
HIV AIDsmatch any words
matches * which contain HIV OR AIDs
HIV AIDsmatch all words
matches * which contain both HIV AND AIDs
HIV AIDsmatch exact phrase
matches * containing the exact phrase "HIV AIDs" only
(HIV AND AIDs) NOT childrenexplicit boolean exp
matches * which have [ both HIV AND AIDs but NOT children ]
* grant titles, publication citations, and/or CU organization names
Lookup CU persons, grants by investigator's name, and/or publications by author's name. "Lastname" is always required, "firstname or initial" and "middlename" are optional.
The search engine will try to match your input as precisely as possible, returning narrowest results first, as per the ordering below. For optimal results please be as specific as you can.
1 first & middle & lastname
2 first & middle initial& lastname
3 first initial & middle initial & lastname
4 first & lastname
5 first initial & lastname
6 middle & lastname
What are the sources of grant and publication information displayed in CUSP?
Grant information is automatically fed from Columbia University administrative databases. Publications are retrieved from PubMed. Grants and publications are updated in CUSP on a monthly basis.
Why is my grant missing from the list displayed in CUSP?
Grants may be missing for several reasons. Grant information is updated in CUSP on a monthly basis. If your grant is new, it may not yet be reflected in the information retrieved from Columbia University administrative databases. Some Columbia faculty members submit grants through entities other than Columbia University (e.g., NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene). Thus, these grants are not in the datab ases that feed CUSP. As CUSP evolves, additional data sources will be added.
Why is my publication missing from the list displayed in CUSP?
Publications may be missing for several reasons. Publication information is updated in CUSP on a monthly basis from PubMed. Publications since the last monthly update will be displayed following the next monthly update. Publications not indexed in PubMed are not currently displayed in CUSP. There are also less common reasons for missing publications. The algorithm that is used to retrieve and process publications takes into account your current name and Columbia as an institution. Thus, your publications prior to your employment at Columbia are not displayed. Moreover, if your name has changed, only publications in your current name are displayed. Another issue may arise if your name is particularly common – too many publications may be retrieved causing the display to be truncated.
Can I personally update or correct grant or publication data?
No, it is not currently possible for individuals to edit CUSP information. It will be possible to edit certain fields in future versions CUSP.
Who do I contact with questions regarding my information in CUSP?