SciENcv has been adopted by federal agencies like NIH and NSF to streamline production of common grant elements like biosketches and Current & Pending documents. Linking your NSF or NIH account with a My NCBI account allows SciENcv to pull information from existing profiles and populate your NSF/NIH biosketch or NSF Current & Pending document.
Templates may be saved to produce future documents and update with new information.
A database and electronic tool for biosketch and current & pending grant support.
Integrate data from other databases
Create a My NCBI Account. You may log in with eRA Commons, Google, or NSF credentials or with PubMed. Linking these accounts allows you to pull profiles, publications or products from those databases into your biosketch and/or Current & Pending document.
- Sign-in/Create a My NCBI Account.
- Option to use credentials from eRA Commons, NIH, or Google.
- From scratch (video 2:18 mins)
- Use My Bibliography on the My NCBI dashboard to archive and maintain your publications and products.
- Uploading Google Scholar Publications to NCBI_VT (Virginia Tech)
- Creating My SciENcv Biosketches – screenshot tutorial (My NCBI Help)
- FAQ by NSF on using SciENcv
- NSF Current and Pending Webpage
- Current and Pending FAQ by NSF (June 2021)
- Using the NSF Biosketch (My NCBI Help)
- Using the NSF Current & Pending – (My NCBI Help)
- Using the NIH Biosketch – regular (My NCBI Help)
- Using the NIH Biosketch -Fellowship
Save multiple templates
SciENcv creates a master profile from which you can create an untold number of NIH or NSF biosketch templates specific to any proposal type that you need to produce.
As a My NCBI account holder, you can invite other individuals to act as your delegate and grant them the ability to view and edit your My Bibliography collection (including Other Citations), as well as the ability to view, edit, and create profiles in your SciENcv.