Expert Lookup helps you identify scientific experts in minutes
Find the right experts, identify potential competing interests and expand your specialist network with a just a few clicks. Expert Lookup helps you find researchers to review grant applications based on previously published manuscripts that are relevant to the grant application
How it works
Powered by the Elsevier Fingerprint Engine™ Expert Lookup produces visual semantic indexes, or Fingerprints, of the researchers in the Scopus® database, the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
Each Fingerprint reveals expertise ranked by the uniqueness and frequency of the terms that define each author's publications. By matching the Fingerprints of individual researchers against the Fingerprint of an incoming proposal, Expert Lookup automatically suggests reviewers and identifies potential competing interests.
- Is a potential reviewer a co-author to the researcher applying for funds?
- Has the potential expert worked at the same organization in the past as the applicant?
Expert Lookup makes it easy to answer these imperative questions and identify the right reviewers.
The Elsevier Fingerprint Engine
The Elsevier Fingerprint Engine creates Fingerprints via a four-step process:
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Make the peer review process more reliable and efficient
Expert Lookup instantly generates a Fingerprint of the grant application or paper abstract.
Expert Lookup provides a list of potential reviewers with indicators of expertise and possible conflicts of interest.
You can also use Expert Lookup to easily build a bank of potential reviewers for grant applications and manuscripts.