After the completion of Section C, you have the opportunity to link to a bibliography of your work. MyBibliography, the reference tool created by the NCBI, is a centralized place for your publications where citations can be easily accessed, exported as a file, and made public to share with others. It is a great way for the folks at NIH to see the entire body of your work, especially the things that you were not able to include on the NIH Biosketch. Access MyBibliography through your My NCBI account.
The online bibliography listed on your biosketch must be hosted on a federal (.gov) website, which is why the MyBibliography tool is a great option. To clarify, this means that you cannot use your Google Scholar page, Northwestern Scholars page, your FSM faculty profile, or any other non-.gov link.
When you add MyBibliography to your biosketch it will appear as two lines (see image below), so it does not take up a significant amount of space.
A few other things to know about My Bibliography: