ORCID: Numero e Site de Identificação Entre Pesquisadores



Luiz Morello

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ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized. Find out more.

ORCID is a non-profit organization that serves the research community, with an international and interdisciplinary scope. Our core mission is to solve the name ambiguity problem in scholarly communications. We address this mission by maintaining a persistent registry of unique identifiers, providing tools and training to the community for integrating these identifiers into research workflows, and by building and sustaining a community of users and adoperes.

    • The Universal Formula for Natural Systems and Life’s Cycles

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      Lilian Pessoa: Regional Director, Latin America


      – Present (1 year)São Paulo Area, Brazil

      As Regional Director, Latin America I’m in responsable for build relationship regionally among research organizations, research funders, publishers and professional associations to make ORCID the global standard for author name disambiguation in scholarly communications.


      Requiring ORCID in Publication Workflows: Open Letter

      Major publishers have committed to requiring ORCID iDs in the publishing process for their journals and invite other publishers to do the same.

      In November, 2015, a group of publishers asked ORCID to help facilitate communications about their plans to require authors to use an ORCID iD, including hosting this open letter explaining their rationale, developing best practices for using iDs in publishing, and maintaining the signatory list.  The publishers’ goal is to encourage others to join them in supporting the adoption of ORCID. Publishers signing this open letter are committing to requiring ORCID iDs during 2016 following specific implementation standards.


      Journal or Publisher Sign Date Effective Date of Requirement Signatory
      The Royal Society 1 January 2016 1 January 2016 Stuart Taylor ORCID iD Logo 16x16
      Publishing Director
      PLOS 1 January 2016 Elizabeth Marincola ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Chief Executive Officer
      eLife 1 January 2016 7 January 2016 Mark Patterson ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Executive Director
      EMBO Press 1 January 2016 24 February 2016 Bernd Pulverer ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Head of Scientific Publications
      American Geophysical Union 1 January 2016 1 March 2016 Brooks Hanson ORCID iD Logo 16 x 16
      Publishing Director
      IEEE 1 January 2016 Sheila Hemami ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Director & Vice President, Publication Services and Products
      Hindawi 1 January 2016 Paul Peters ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Chief Executive Officer
      Science journals 1 January 2016 11 March 2016 Marcia McNutt ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      ScienceOpen 7 January 2016 May 2014 Stephanie Dawson ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Chief Executive Officer
      Frontiers 7 January 2016 Kamila Markram ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
      JMIR Publications 8 January 2016 2014 Gunther Eysenbach ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      Editor & Publisher
      Grupo Cominicar Ediciones 8 January 2016 Carmen Fonseca-Mora ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      International Co-Editor
      Military Technical Courier 8 January 2016 Nebojsa Gacesa ORCID iD logo 16 x 16
      The Company of Biologists 14 January 2016 Claire Moulton 
      IDEA (Instituto de Estudios Avanzados) de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile (USACH) 18 January 2016 Manuel Loyola Tapia 
      Faculty of 1000 15 February 2016