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Current as of August 24, 2021
Changes Coming to NCBI Accounts
Beginning in June 2021, the way you log in to your NCBI account (i.e. PubMed account) will be changing.
NCBI accounts will require users to login using a 3rd party.
These are called "federated credentials" and include systems like OSU, eRA Commons, ORCiD, Google, and more.
NCBI will no longer manage accounts directly. So if you have a "native" NCBI account (an account that you created directly within NCBI), you will need to switch to using one of the other 3rd party systems.
If you have a "native" NCBI account, you can link it up to another 3rd party login system using the instructions below.
NCBI has launched a Password Retirement Wizard to help you ensure your account is set up (link below).
All remaining NCBI accounts that have not been migrated to a 3rd party log in will be retired June 2022, and users will have to go through an account recovery process to access them.
These changes only affect the way you login to your personal NCBI account and the username/password you use. They do not affect how you access or use PubMed otherwise.
To learn more about these changes, check out the links below: