Biographical Sketch Instructions
MMI RFI Biographical Sketch Instructions (PDF, 50KB)
MMI RFI Biographical Sketch Example (PDF, 68KB)
A biographical sketch (limited to two pages maximum) is required for each lead and co-lead. The format of the biographical sketch should be the same as the RFI: it must fit on 8.5 x 11 inch paper with 12-point font or larger, and margins no smaller than 0.75 inches. An example biographical sketch is provided, which illustrates how to respond to each category below.
A list of your undergraduate and graduate education and postdoctoral training as indicated below:
Undergraduate institution(s), major degree, year, and advisor
Graduate institution(s), major degree, year, and advisor
Postdoctoral institution(s), field of study, dates (years), and advisor
Other unique training or internship experiences
Provide a reverse chronological list of all your academic/professional appointments beginning with the current appointment. If you have a website address available, that information can be included in addition to the list of all your appointments. Inclusion of a website address is optional.
A list of: (i) up to five publications most closely related to the submitted idea; and (ii) up to five other publications. Each publication must include the names of all authors (in the same sequence in which they appear in the publication; if there are more than 10 authors indicate that an abbreviated author list is provided), the article and journal title, book title, volume number, page numbers, and year of publication. If the document is available electronically, the website address should also be identified. For unpublished manuscripts, list only those accepted for publication (along with most likely date of publication). Patents, copyrights, and software systems developed may be substituted for publications. Additional lists of publications, invited lectures, etc., must not be included.
Honors and Recognition
National and international honors and recognition you have received; include the name of the honor and recognition and the date awarded.
Provide the total number of graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and undergraduates you have trained during your career.