My Bibliography and SciENcv: grant reporting, compliance and biosketch through MyNCBI
Although not required at this point, the NIH suggest the use of the Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv), -a MyNCBI online tool- that serves as an interagency system designed to create biosketches for multiple federal agencies. This, along with the use of My Bibliography for grant activity reporting and NIH Public Access Policy compliance, increases the importance using MyNCBI as a tool for managing NIH-sponsored research. This workshop introduce researchers, research assistants and administrators on the effective use of these online tools and will cover the following among other topics:
- How to create MyNCBI account and how to link it to the eRA Commons account
- How to delegate your account
- How to populate and manage My Bibliography
- How to use My Bibliography for grant reporting/compliance
- How to use SciENcv to create different biosketches (from scratch, from external source, etc)
- How to create and ORCID ID* and how to link SciENcv to that ORCID ID
*ORCID stands for Open Research and Contribution ID. Some publishers and journals (Springer, Wiley, Journal of Neuroscience, The Journal of Immunology, etc.) are asking authors to submit their ORCD ID along with their manuscripts for publication.
Image courtesy of Dr. Trawick, National Library of Medicine, NIH
Join the End-User Bioinformatics Network (EBNET) and become a member of a grass root community that collaborates on end-user bioinformatics events, training sessions, resources, and tools that support biomedical research at Yale.
- Tuesday, July 17, 2018
- 10:30am - 12:00pm
- Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Room 103 TCC, 333 Cedar St, New Haven CT 06520
- Medical School