Building your academic profile online can help demonstrate your authority, expertise and research interests and provide greater visibility for your publications.
Instructions available at Google Scholar Citations Help.
My Bibliography in PubMed
View the My Bibliography YouTube tutorial or find additional instructions in the My Bibliography Guide which also contains information on using My Bibliography with eRA Commons and the NIH Compliance Policy.
SciENcv: Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae
View the SciENcv YouTube tutorial for setup information
Author ID systems are unique identifiers for scholars due to the problems of searching for specific author names, including:
By registering for a unique identifier, you can connect all types of your scholarly output and ensure appropriate attribution.
Two commonly used researcher identification systems are ORCID and the Web of Science ResearcherID.
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
Adding your ORCID iD to all of your scholarly work, will not only connect it to one author and ensure correct attribution, it will also be more easily discoverable by others.
We recommend you register for an ORCID identifier regardless if you create a full ORCID profile.
ResearcherID (Web of Science)
Then add items to your ResearcherID Publications List:
View the tutorial for Creating a ResearcherID