Apendix C





1.   The candidate’s name and the date on which the List was last updated should appear at the top of the first page.

2.     For the convenience of the reader, a key to symbols and abbreviations, as specified in sec. 5(c) in Part B below, should follow the heading.

3.     The List will include only those publications actually published, or publications which have been accepted for publication, as confirmed by a signed letter from the publisher.

4.     In every section,  publications prior to and publications subsequent to the last appointment or promotion should be clearly demarcated.
In procedures for the granting of tenure (whether or not  involving promotion), or for new appointments, or for the promotion of a teacher without tenure, it is not necessary to separate between publications prior to and those subsequent to the last promotion.

5.     The name of the candidate should appear in bold-type in relation to every publication appearing in the List.

6.     All the section-headings specified in Part  B  below should appear in the List of  Publications, even  if no details are entered in one or more of the sections.


1.     Doctoral Dissertation: Title of dissertation, name of supervisor, date of award of degree,  was the dissertation published and in what form, when and where, the numbers of the publications in the general List resulting from the dissertation.

2.     Books - published or accepted for publication after being refereed - title, year of publication, number of pages, name of publisher, place of publication.  In the case of a joint publication - names of co-authors in the order in which they appear on the book cover.  If the book is a translation, revision or later edition of an earlier work, this fact should be indicated at the end of the listing, and the number of the original work as appearing in the List should be marked.

3.     Books Edited:  details as above. 

4.         Chapters in Collections:  details as above.

5.         Articles:

a)     Articles in refereed journals:  articles that have appeared, or are in press, or have been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed scientific literature.  Year of publication, name of article, name of the journal (underlined) and number of pages; the fact that it is a review article and/or invited article should be indicated.

b)     Names of the authors should appear according to the order in which they appear in the publication.

c)     In the list of  publications since the last promotion,*  the function of co-author/s of an article should be indicated by means of the addition of a letter in superscript (or in parentheses) after the name, as follows:  Principal Investigator PI, student S, co-researcher C, technician/laboratory assistant T.  More than one author may serve in a particular category, including Principal Investigator in multi-disciplinary works.

            *  For the purpose of future promotions, the letters inserted in superscript (or parentheses) should not be removed.

d)     If an article is published in a language other than English, the language of publication should appear at the end of the item if different from the English title by which the article is listed (e.g. “in Portuguese”).

e)     The fact that an article is a translation or revised form of an earlier work should be indicated, together with the number of the original article as appearing in the List.

f)      Wherever possible, the following indices should be included:  Impact Factor, ISI ranking (e.g. 3/156 - i.e. the journal appearing third in the inclusive list of 156 journals in the field - the name of the field may be added), the number of citations minus the number of own-citations, according to the following example:

        Ben-Joseph, B. PI and Bat-Rachel, L.C  (1995).  The future of stem cell research. Tas. J. Hum. Genet. 23:23-5. 1.365;3/156;27. 
[Impact Factor - 1.365; the journal is placed third in the list of 156 journals in that field, and the article is cited 27 times by others].

(In those fields in which the Jerusalem Index  (the ranking of the Hebrew University) has been completed,  that ranking should be indicated on a separate  page, attached to the list of Publications.  The journals will be listed in  alphabetical order  in Hebrew and then in English.  This ranking will not be attached to the material sent to the referees.)

g)     Indices and ranking will also be given to articles accepted for publication but not yet published.

6.     Participation in Scientific Conferences, Lectures, and Other Activity:  Indicate the subject, and in relation to conferences - indicate whether lecture (including whether key-note or invited, if relevant), presentation of a poster or abstract.

7.     Patents

1.     This document should contain a description of the candidate’s important scientific contributions to his/her field of research, of his/her important publications in this field, and an indication of future plans.  In the non-experimental sciences, the biography will contain a separate paragraph relating to the relative contribution of the candidate to publications in which he/she is not the sole author.  In the experimental sciences, this information will find expression in the information provided by the candidate in sec. 5(c) of the section relating to  List of Publications.

2.     The scientific biography should not exceed three pages.

3.     As a rule, the scientific biography will be written in English.