eCV is the database that populates the faculty profiles in the websites of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and its departments. eCV can also create NIH Biosketches and custom CVs for promotion and tenure requirements.
Entering your information into the eCV database automatically builds your online faculty profile, and gives you a powerful tool to create custom CVs and NIH biosketches. You have to enter your information only once to gain access to all of eCV's benefits.
Recent faculty publications and research grants are displayed in specific pages on many department sites. Keep your faculty profile up to date to ensure that these pages display your most recent accomplishments.
Complete these fields to create an eCV that will provide visitors with the information they want:
Review your data in eCV regularly to make sure your contact information, awards, grants and other data stay current.
These guides show your faculty profiles as they appear on the medical school and UBMD websites, with the main eCV menu alongside them. Color-coded numbers map the elements of your faculty profile to items as they appear in the eCV menu.
The color-coded elements highlight the sections of your eCV that are published in your faculty profiles.
Faculty profiles draw prospective students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral fellows and faculty to our school. They communicate our strengths to individuals, encouraging them to join our educational and research community. Clinicians: your profile also assures potential patients that they can trust you with their health concerns.
Members of the media consult our faculty profiles when seeking subject experts, and will refer to yours for background information if they want to interview you. Your profile also supports the stories we publish to the world as an authoritative source.
In addition to publicizing your publications, awards, grants and specialties on the medical school website, your eCV-driven profile forms the core of your presence on the UBMD website (if you are a member of the practice plan).