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ORCID allows scholars and students to record and share their professional activities with a global audience.

Peer review

Peer review is a fundamental part of the research lifecycle. Having details about your peer-review work helps more people see what you've contributed.

This is information that you cannot add yourself. Trusted organizations add peer reviews to your profile on your behalf.

  • The organizer of the review or evaluation, like a publisher, society, funder, or research institution, can update your ORCID. They can do this if you verify your ID with them and grant them explicit permission.

    • You can remove permissions anytime by going to your account's Trusted Parties page and clicking Revoke Access next to the organization's name.

Consult this guide for further assistance.

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