With upcoming regulation changes for NSF and NIH proposal submission on the horizon, it is critical that all University at Buffalo researchers create and maintain an ORCID iD.
Your ORCID iD will be used to distinguish you amongst your peers and help you quickly and easily create Biosketches for your upcoming NIH and NSF award proposals. Utilize the links below to learn more about the upcoming guideline changes and to learn how to create and complete
This course is designed to help you create your own ORCID ID and complete your profile to comply with upcoming requirement changes set forth by the National Science Foundation and other Federal funding sources. You will also learn how to use SciENcv to create Biosketches and update your current and pending support information.
Follow the steps below to create your ORCID iD for use in conjunction with SciENcv to create future Biosketches.
At this point, you can see if you’ve already created an account as the system will notify you that the email address has already been used.
If you find your information, you can view the record and sign into that account using the prompts given. If you have never created an account, select NONE OF THESE ARE ME, CONTINUE WITH REGISTRATION.
Follow the steps below to complete your ORCID proﬁle for use in conjunction with SciENcv to create future Biosketches.
Follow the steps below to create your Biosketch in SciENcv while utilizing your ORCID iD.
If you find information that is out-of-date, be sure to update it in your ORCID iD to ensure you are ready for your next submission.
Would you like the Office of Sponsored Projects Services to complete your ORCID iD profile on your behalf? Click the link below to submit your request.