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Walter Schaffer, NIH

Overview of the challenges funding organizations face in collecting information about early career researchers. Learn more about how the U.S. NIH has integrated the ORCID identifier into SciENv, as well as future plans, including the adoption of SciENcv by NSF in 2014.

From Webinar 4/23/14, https://orcid.org/content/identification-early-career-researchers-how-universities-and-funding-organizations-are-using

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    • The adoption of ORCID identifiers by funding organizations Walter (Wally) Schaffer, PhD Senior Scientific Advisor for Extramural Research, U.S. National Institutes of Health http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2276-4656 123 April 2014
    • NIH - ACD Working Group on the Biomedical Research Workforce • Chaired by Shirley Tilghman (Princeton) and Sally Rockey (NIH) • Modeling Subcommittee chaired by Bruce Weinberg (OSU) and Donna Ginther (KU) • Charge • Develop a model for a sustainable and diverse U.S. biomedical research workforce • Make recommendations to support a future sustainable biomedical infrastructure.
    • Comprehensive NIH Tracking Options • Extend Requirement for NIH eRA Commons Accounts • Current Requirement • Students and Postdocs  On NRSA Since 1974  Comprehensive evaluation studies  NRSA service payback  Legally enforceable • NIH Reform Act of 2006  Evaluate Postdocs (and students) as for NRSA  Require Commons Account for Postdocs beginning in FY 2010 – http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/not-od-09-140.html • Extend to students on NIH projects • Capture in annual progress report • Implement for October 2014
    • Comprehensive NIH Tracking Options (cont.) • NRSA Research Training Tables • Automate • Build on NIEHS/FIC CareerTrac and NINDS Trainee Tracking System • Share database with Program Directors • Prepopulate with existing eRA Commons and Appointment data • Information available to reviewers • Information also available to analysts for tracking and evaluation • Once built  Extend reporting period to 15 years  Include all students and postdocs that participate in the training
    • Comprehensive NIH Tracking Options (cont.) • Enhance SciENcv – Create on-line, structured biosketches • NLM/NCBI,  Eight Federal Agencies,  Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) • Create auto-populated, CV-like data collection • Generate biosketches for Federal grants for any agency • Unambiguous, claimed links between researchers - their grants and – their scientific output • Available as beta version • Substantial NIH update by the end of Spring • Eventually replace biosketch images • NSF added by October
    • SciENcv Beta Version, Introduced September 2013 Inputs ORCID eRA Commons NCBI My Bibliography Output NIH & NSF Biosketch
    • Connecting your ORCID
    • Comprehensive NIH Tracking Options (cont.) • Use Open Researcher and Contributor IDs (ORCID) • Some publishers & funders encourage or require ORCID IDs • Brisk adoption • Portal to ORCID within SciENcv • Users consume ORCID and associate ORCIDs with publications and grants • Help identify individuals and their scientific contributions • Facilitate identification of individuals across systems (agency to agency) http://orcid.org/0000-0002-2276-4656
    • Biosketch PDF export
    • Plans for SciENcv Enhancements • Maintain Multiple NIH biosketches – clone from existing • Describe scientific contributions • Non-publication output – prepopulate RPPR-Section C • Users pull data from external profile systems (e.g., VIVO) • Variable levels of information exposure • API transfer data to/from EndNote, Scopus, Linked In, etc. • Allow delegates to enter data • Additional output options • Revised biosketch pilot • Add NSF by October 2014