Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv) is a researcher platform built by NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) for researchers to highlight their expertise, their current projects, and their research endeavors.
SciENcv saves researchers time via Biosketches on grant submissions and project reporting across the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) platforms. Researchers with accounts at eRA Commons, NSF, OrcID, whose accounts are linked to NCBI, can update their SciENcv profiles creation contained in those other accounts and platforms. Once the SciENcv account is updated per either of these other accounts, that information can be edited in to suite the researcher's needs without impacting the data or profiles of the other systems.
Using your OrcID account to populate your SciENcv profile.
Login to myNCBI using 3rd party sin in options:
Click the link for OrcID
You should see your myNCBI landing page at this point:
In the bottom right-hand corner you can get started with SciENcv:
Click Manage SciENcv:
You can now edit existing Biosketches or Create New Documents.
Find the section for SciENcv and click on your name to link to your SciENcv profile
Click Manage SciENcv to update existing or create new Biosketches
To create a new Biosketch click:
Fill out the following form for the current Biosketch you are working on:
Consult this in-depth how to guide for more help create and updating Biosketches.
Research Support and Scholastic Performance section displays both your ongoing and completed research awards.
Linking your account to an ORCID or eRA Commons account will automatically populate your research awards.