Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I become a member?
    Membership is available to select members of the scientific community. Contact the Coordinating Center to apply for membership.
  2. I've forgotten my password, how do get a new one?
    Click "forgot password" link below the login fields and follow the onscreen directions. If you have any additional trouble logging in, please contact the Coordinating Center.
  3. How do I edit my profile?
    After you login, click the 'my account' link. Above your profile will be a tab labeled "edit" and one labeled "profile." To change your e-mail account or profile picture, click the "edit" tab. For all other profile changes, click "profile." Note: Some information can only be changed by the Coordinating Center and is locked by default.
  4. What is a "child page"?
    "Child" and "parent" pages are terms used to organize content. Parent pages list all of their associated child pages at the bottom of the page.
  5. What is an RSS feed and how do I use it?
    Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds allows you to receive news updates from a website. This site offers several standard RSS feeds, or you can create a custom feed based on topic categories. These feeds typically contain short, text-only versions of the ten most recent posts.
    In order to view any RSS feed, you will need to subscribe using a RSS reader. There are a lot of different RSS reader applications available for most systems including mobile devices. For more information on RSS try the following link:
  6. What should I do if the website is running slowly?
    It is advisable to clean your cache if you are experiencing problems or pages are sluggish. Go to 'Tools' on the Menu bar, then click on 'Delete Browsing History'.


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