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ORCID: Streamline grant paperwork

Learn how to create and maintain an ORCID record and ways it can be used to support your research activities and career.

ORCID integration with funders

SciENcv

Why maintain an ORCID record when you're already maintaining similar profiles elsewhere? Because you can actually use ORCID to connect to many of these systems and share content between them!

One such system is SciENcv (Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae), the profile system for anyone who applies for, receives, or is associated with research investments from federal agencies like NIH and NSF. Researchers can use SciENcv to create and maintain biosketches that are submitted with grant applications and annual reports.

Link your ORCID and SciENcv

  1. Log into your MyNCBI account. If you do not already have an account, you can log in using your Stanford credentials by clicking on "See more third party sign-in options" and selecting Stanford.
  2. When you see your dashboard, click on "Manage SciENcv" in the "SciENcv" box.
  3. Click "edit" in the grey box. Then complete the required information. Under "optional information", click to add your ORCID ID. If necessary, log into ORCID to complete the integration.
  4. Congratulations! You will now be able to pull from your ORCID record to populate SciENcv documents!

Please note:

ORCID & SciENcv Tutorial

Use SciENcv to create BioSketches

Insider's guide to creating federal grant BioSketches

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