Instructions for Student Website Accounts
Accounts on bioinformatics.ucsd.edu
To create an account on the website:
- This form is only for students, alumni, and faculty in this program to request their own individual accounts. Faculty may request accounts for their staff by contacting us directly with the details.
- Click on "Login" on the bottom of the screen.
- Click on the "Create new account" tab.
- Fill in and submit the account request form.
- All account requests are manually approved. You may not get a response for a few hours or until the next business day.
- Click on "Login" at the bottom of the screen and enter your login information.
- A "Log out" button will appear in the account menu on the right side of the screen.
To change your password after you are logged in:
- Click on "My Account" in the menu on the right side of the screen.
If you forget your password:
- Click on "Login" at the bottom of the screen and use the "Request new password" tab.
Updating your student/alumni information published on the website
- Click on the link "Edit Profile Page".
- To unlock your page so that it is editable, click on the "Workflow" tab and change the state from "Publish" to "Draft". If you recently changed it from "Draft" to "Review", you will have to wait for the moderator to process the page before proceeding.
- Click on the "Edit" tab and enter/update your info.
- Note that the instructions for each field on the profile form are listed underneath the entry box, while the title of each field is in boldface above the box. This is not ideal, but it is beyond our control.
- When you are done, hit "Save" at the bottom.
- Click on the "Workflow" tab and change the state from "Draft" to "Review".
- A moderator will review your submission before it is published on the website, and may contact you or make further changes if any issues arise.
- By default, we will use your student ID photo.
- If you want to submit a different photo (headshot only, please), please send it by email to the Graduate Program Coordinator.
- If don't want your photo shown, or have any other questions or concerns, please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator.
Publications (all students/alums publications are combined together by program):
Other parts of the website
Rotation projects and undergraduate research projects:
- If there are research opportunities in your lab, you may help your PI write an ad to post on this site. However, it must be in your PI's name and submitted by your PI, even if responsibility for interviewing candidates or supervising people will be delegated to you.
Other areas on the website:
- If you have any other suggestions for the website, please contact us with details. Examples include:
- News stories and press releases about your research or awards.
- Photos for the front page.
- Seminars and other events for the Google calendar.