Here are the steps to set up My Bibliography:
SciENcv is a new (optional) tool designed to facilitate the creation of biosketches for NIH grant applications and annual progress reports.
First, set up your My Bibliography as outlined in the box above. Then follow these steps:
Now your My Bibliography references are linked to your eRA Commons account, and all of the information is available to generate biosketches.
For future biosketches, you can create a new profile From an Existing Profile to reuse pieces.
Click HERE for directions on using SciENcv to generate a biosketch to meet NIH and NSF requirements.
Useful Features and Notes on Using SciENcv
The 4 basic steps of complying with the NIH Public Access Policy are summarized in this 1-page PDF checklist.
For more information, use the NIH Public Access Policy Help Guide written by HSL librarians specifically for UW authors.
Also visit the ITHS page on citing ITHS grants, including KL2 awards.
Tips for incorporating the NIH Public Access Policy into your publication planning:
NIH-funded researchers are also required to use My Bibliography to manage compliance with the NIH public access policy.
In order to verify compliance, log into your My NCBI account and follow these steps: