Find Research Expertise
Search for publications, collaborators, and find funding.
SciVal is a faculty expertise search tool available to all faculty, graduate students, post docs, and staff to help the user identify UW faculty with specific areas of expertise based on their publications and grants. The Information in Husky Experts is based on scientific and technical publications indexed in the Scopus® database as well as funded grant information.
Provides funding opportunities of more than 3,000 international sponsors and more than 15,000 active opportunities. It covers grants from Australia, Canada, the European Commission, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Husky SciVal Experts
Builds profiles (including auto updates) based on scientific and technical publications indexed in the Scopus database as well as funded grant information.**
New grants appear in this grant list on a weekly basis and contribute to a unique “fingerprint” profile of our experts’ research. The source of grants for this application is NIH ExPORTER, so only NIH grants are included, unless the investigator has added additional grants through “Profile Enhancer.” Profile Enhancer allows the faculty member to extend their profile by adding in information such as research, activities, awards, education, and grants other than those provided by NIH ExPORTER.
Community of Science
A tool to find funding sources, collaborators and other information essential to research.
* For the initial launch of Husky SciVal Experts, a subset of total UW faculty was chosen by school/college deans for inclusion. If your profile is not included, but you are interested in having a Husky Experts profile, please contact your dean's office. Edits and additions of faculty data (including inclusion of new faculty) will be made quarterly.
** This tool is not useful for the arts and humanities because it is based on technical and scientific journals and publications in the Scopus® database, which does not cover arts and humanities.