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Easy Come, Easy Go: SciENcv and My Bibliography | NIH online tools to support grant applications and reporting

The Offices of Research of the University of Washington and Washington State University are your co-hosts for a special webinar…

Join us as we welcome Bart Trawick, PhD, Director, Customer Services Division of the National Center for Biotechnology Information of the National Library of Medicine for his presentation —

Easy Come, Easy Go:  SciENcv and My Bibliography

   NIH online tools to support grant applications and reporting

See the benefits to Investigators of using SciENcvas a repository for your grant application information and documents – easily tailor, collaborate, and download a variety of useful, themed templates.

Abstract: Do grant application and reporting guidelines have you down? Fret no more! My NCBI comes to the rescue with SciENcv, a free tool for those who wish to create, download, and share biosketches for NIH and NSF grant applications as well as other federal. But wait, there’s more!

Also within My NCBI is My Bibliography, a specialized citation tool where NIH extramural researchers can manage their NIH-funded peer-reviewed citations for inclusion on section C.1 of the RPPR annual progress report. My Bibliography’s Award view allows researchers to:

  • Quickly determine whether their publications comply with the NIH Public Access Policy
  • Start the compliance process for journal articles
  • Associate their publications with their active NIH awards.

Thursday, September 8th

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Registration Required

Not available Sept. 8? No problem. The presentation and Q/A session will be recorded and available later.


Sep 08 2022


10:30 am - 12:00 pm