<principal-investigator> Principal Investigator
Individual(s) responsible for the intellectual content of the work reported in the document.
Multiple co-PIs can be included in successive <principal-investigator> elements.
The <principal-award-recipient> may or may not be the same as the <principal-investigator>, for example; a grant could be awarded to a Department or to individual A, and individual B could serve as the Principal Investigator. When the same individual serves in both roles, the name should be listed in both places.
Models and Context
May be contained in
<!ELEMENT principal-investigator (#PCDATA %principal-investigator-elements;)* >
Expanded Content Model
(#PCDATA | contrib-id | name | name-alternatives | string-name)*
... <article-meta> ... <abstract>...</abstract> <funding-group> <award-group id="NIA94" award-type="grant"> <funding-source>National Institute on Aging</funding-source> <award-id>AG20962</award-id> <principal-investigator> <string-name><given-names>Sharon R.</given-names> <surname>Kaufman</surname></string-name> </principal-investigator> </award-group> <funding-statement><bold>Funding:</bold> The study upon which this article is based was funded by the National Institute on Aging under grant AG20962 (to SRK, principal investigator). The funding source had no role in study design; collection, analysis, and interpretation of data; writing of the paper; or the decision to submit it for publication.</funding-statement> </funding-group> </article-meta> ...