The biosketch format for this libguide is the version that was revised October 2021 and approved through September 2024. This version is required on or after January 25, 2022.
Briefly describe why you are well-suited for your role(s) in this project. Relevant factors may include: aspects of your training; your previous experimental work on this specific topic or related topics; your technical expertise; your collaborators or scientific environment; and/or your past performance in this or related fields, including ongoing and completed research projects from the past three years that you want to draw attention to (previously captured under Section D. Research Support).
You may cite up to four publications or research products that highlight your experience and qualifications for this project. Research products can include, but are not limited to, audio or video products; conference proceedings such as meeting abstracts, posters, or other presentations; patents; data and research materials; databases; educational aids or curricula; instruments or equipment; models; protocols; and software or netware. Use of hyperlinks and URLs to cite these items is not allowed.
You are allowed to cite interim research products. Note: interim research products have specific citation requirements. See related Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
Use SciENcv to create a biosketch. My Bibliography will connect to SciENcv, allowing for auto-population of the biosketch sections for publications and work products.
There are two ways to populate a My Bibliography collection:
To start: select the blue "Add citation" button on the upper right of the main My Bibliography page.
A drop-down menu box will appear and prompt you to select the publication type to enter or to add the work from PubMed.