User account

Account information
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Welcome to the registration page. Here, you can register a new account on the Mother-Child International Research Network.

Once registered, you will receive your own free weblog hosted on our site, as well as the ability to interact directly with the other researchers.

Your account details will be emailed to you within a few minutes after you submit your registration, at which point you can return to the site and login. Once logged in, you will be able to change your password under the account settings page, if you wish to do so.

You can then post submissions to the weblog (discussion topics and comments) and access the researcher directory.

While anyone is free to view the content on the website, only registered users can post new entries and comments. Furthermore, only authorized researchers - that is, user who have also filled out their researcher profile - can send you personal messages on the system. Your email address and other personal information are never disclosed.
Personal Information
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Professional Information
Check this box if your specialize in this research field.
If you have a website, you may enter it here, in the form "http://website.ext"
Please keep this brief and concise as this section is what other researchers will see about you when viewing your profile.
Check this box if you receive external financial support for your research.
Please select whether you have the capacity to host research trainees.
You can enter information regarding up to five (5) of your publications here. Enter each new publication on a separate line; you may provide a brief summary of content if you wish. Enter "none" if this doesn't apply to you.
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