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Example online profile 1

Your departmental online profile is a chance for you to tell others about what you do, showcase your connections and highlight your publications where relevant. All staff and students in the department are eligible for a profile.

You can access and edit your own profile, using the online instructions here. In order to edit your page you must log in using your single sign-on details.

If you would like to create a profile, please email website@rdm.ox.ac.uk with the following information:

  • Full name
  • Single sign-on username
  • Your division within RDM
  • Your job role (Principal Investigator, Researcher, Research Support, Administration, Student)
  • Research group (if relevant)

For advice on how to write your profile, view our guides for researchers and administrators

Claiming publications in Symplectic

If no publications are displaying on your online profile then this is because you have not claimed your publications in Symplectic. All research staff have a Symplectic account - please login and claim your publications. For any questions about Symplectic, please contact Ruth McCaffrey. Please note that students do not have Symplectic accounts and therefore the recent publications feed will not work. You can, however, add a text box and paste your publications.

Website editing drop-in sessions

Looking for extra support with your profile or research group page?  We will be hosting drop-in sessions to deal with queries on the following dates:

 

10-11.30am 2 November Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism
2-30pm 7 December Seminar Room D, Level 6, West Wing, John Radcliffe Hospital

Contact website@rdm.ox.ac.uk to book a slot.

Editing your research group page

Details on how to edit your research group page.

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