NCBI has enhanced My Bibliography and Other Citations with two improvements: a search and select tool to add citations from PubMed and an option to add citations in bulk using files that have citations in the MEDLINE or RIS (Research Information Systems) format. These features were developed to help you manage your My Bibliography and Other Citations collections allowing you to add PubMed citations directly in My Bibliography and Other Citations collections, and to upload citations in bulk using a file, which is especially useful if your publications are not present in PubMed. (2016 April 25)
eRA Commons has partnered with the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in providing a personal online tool, My NCBI. My NCBI includes a portal, “My Bibliography” that allows Project Directors and Principal Investigators (PD/PIs) to maintain and manage a list of all of their authored works such as journal articles; manuscripts accepted for publication; books and book chapters; meeting abstracts; conference papers; presentations; seminars; patents; and other materials.
The partnership between eRA Commons and NCBI allows (PD/PIs) to benefit from MyBib’s ability to populate citation data from PubMed, PubMed Central, and the NIH Manuscript Submission system (NIHMS) to facilitate management of publication compliance with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy.
MyBib allows users to:
As of July 23, 2010, PD/PIs will be unable to enter citations manually into eRA Commons and must use My Bibliography to manage their professional bibliographies. See NOT-OD-10-103.
My NCBI is a tool that retains user information and database preferences to provide customized services for many databases operated by the National Library of Medicine's National Center for Biotechnology Information, including PubMed, PubMed Central and SciENcv. It allows you to save searches, select display formats, filtering options, and set up automatic searches that are sent by e-mail. It includes the bibliography management system My Bibliography.
Gold padlocks=Funding reported by NIHMS.
Silver padlocks=Officially reported by eRA Commons.
Multiple awards from multiple PIs are often associated to works in My Bibliography.
If PIs need to add their award/s that were associated to a work, they should add the applicable award/s using the My Bibliography “Add Award” link below the citation. See: Associating Funding to your Publications.
If PIs note any of their award/s are incorrectly associated to a work in My Bibliography and want to remove the association, they should remove the association using the My Bibliography "Add or Delete Award" link below the citation.
Some citations may have colored padlocks. A silver padlock indicates that work was officially reported on a progress report via eRA Commons. A gold padlock indicates that the award was associated with the work via NIHMS. See below guidance on how to remove the association if there is a padlock noted for a work.
Gold padlocks. Contact the NIHMS Help Desk to remove the association.
Silver padlocks. Email the Public Access Policy Group to remove the association. Include the award number, the citation information, including PMID, and your eRA Commons username. Once the lock is removed, remove the grant association by using the My Bibliography “Add or delete award” link below the citation.
Delegates to help manage My Bibliography collections can be assigned. See Adding and Removing Delegates to add a delegate.
A delegate must have a My NCBI account to be a delegate, and must be logged in to their NCBI account before accepting an invitation to be a delegate. See Confirming a My Bibliography Connection for Delegates for more information.
Are you a delegate for a PI's My Bibliography and not sure what to do?
Are there works that require a PMCID?
We offer "office calls."
We can provide informal, hands-on sessions to review My Bibliography, troubleshoot works with missing PMCIDs, and answer all your questions.
Please contact Cathy Sarli to arrange for a session.
Citations for journal articles and research products should be added to My Bibliography as soon as possible.
To add a citation to a research product in My Bibliography, select the blue "Add citation" button on the upper right of the main My Bibliography page.
From there, a drop-down menu box will appear and prompt you to add the citation for works from PubMed or manually enter the citation for works or research products not indexed by PubMed.
Guidance and Screenshots:
The eRA icon should display on your My Bibliography page. If not, this means that your My Bibliography is not linked with your eRA Commons account.
Follow the directions as noted on NIH Public Access Policy: Compliance Management Using the My Bibliography Tool in My NCBI to link your My Bibliography with your eRA Commons account.
Confirm that your My Bibliography Display Settings are set to view in "Award" display. This will allow for display of compliance status for works.
The Other Citations collection allows for a separate collection of citations using My NCBI in addition to My Bibliography. Investigators can use the Other Citations collection to track and report papers that they did not author, but arose from their NIH award. The Other Citations collection has the same reporting and compliance monitoring functions as a My Bibliography collection and the RPPR will display all publications from the My Bibliography and the Other Citations collections. Investigators can also generate a URL from an Other Citations collection for use on the NIH Biosketch. Either collection can used by investigators for managing their personal bibliography.
Citations from a My Bibliography collection can be moved to an Other Citations collection, or vice versa, but not copied.
The answer is YES.
Any applicable award/s can be retrospectively associated to a work using NCBI My Bibliography's “Add Award” OR "Edit Status" features noted in the box of the citation to the work. See Associating Funding to your Publications.