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NIH Biosketch: URL to Published Works

NIH and AHRQ will require use of the new biosketch format in applications for research grants submitted for due dates on or after May 25, 2015

URL to Published Works

The Contributions to Science Section offers investigators the option to include a URL to a full list of published work. NIH recommends that investigators use "My Bibliography" as NIH can assure reviewers that their anonymity will be protected if they review publications at that site. AS OF 25 MAY 2015, a URL for a publication list is optional and, if provided, must be to a government website (.gov) such as My Bibliography.

Template:

  • Use the My Bibliography “Sharing feature to obtain a URL. 
  • Click the “Make it Public” link.
  • A URL will appear.
  • Copy and paste the entire URL string to the template.
  • Private/Public settings are flexible.

SciENcv:

  • Check the box below the Contributions to Science box. 

Notes: URL to Published Works Section

  • NIH prefers applicants use the "My Bibliography" URL for a List of Published Works as NIH can assure reviewers that their anonymity will be protected if they review publications at that site. However, a URL to a list of published works is NOT required. [Source:NIH] AS OF 25 MAY 2015, a URL for a publication list is optional and, if provided, must be to a government website (.gov) such as My Bibliography.

  • Spell the URL in full, beginning with "http://."

  • Do not embed the link as hyperlinked text. The link will not remain active after processing.

  • The URL to a full list of published work is not required.

  • Only one URL is allowed in the Biosketch. Any URLs other than the List of Published Works to a government website will not be allowed. [Source: NIH]

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