The National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Final policy for Data Management and Sharing goes into effect January 25, 2023. The policy requires submission of a Data Management and Sharing Plan (DMSP) with all NIH funding applications that outlines how project data and metadata will be managed and shared. In this class, tips will be shared for generating a 1-2 page DMSP for compliance with the NIH policy.
In this course, we will guide you through the process of utilizing SciENcv to craft a comprehensive NSF Biographical Sketch and complete the Current and Pending (Other) Support form. SciENcv, an integrated tool within My NCBI, empowers you to construct professional profiles that can be publicly shared with others. The NSF mandates a biographical sketch and a Current and Pending (Other) Support form for all individuals designated as senior personnel.
This class provides an overview of the NIH biosketch format and demonstrates tools, such as the SciENcv tool and MyBibliography from the NIH MyNCBI. We also cover the use of citation and alternative metrics to describe the impact of your work as contributions to science.
Do you have specific questions about obtaining PMCIDs for NIH-funded manuscripts? About managing publications in My NCBI My Bibliography? Sign up for our virtual "office hours".
- Offered via Zoom online, office hours allow you to ask questions about NIH Public Access Policy compliance, without attending a full NIH Public Access Policy class
- Q & A sessions are currently limited to 10 virtual attendees
This is a class on the NIH Public Access Policy, submitting manuscripts to PubMed Central and managing your bibliographies with MyNCBI's My Bibliography.