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Signing up

How do I join EuroStemCell?
Just go to the Sign up page. Once you have entered a username and email address, we'll send you a onetime login to get you started.

What are the benefits of joining?
Signed-up members of the site can:

- all at no cost. 

Logging in

I thought I was already logged into the site, but I’m getting an “Access denied” message or the site tells me I need to log in.
Check the URL menu bar.  Sometimes you might be logged in on www.eurostemcell.org but not on eurostemcell.org, or vice-versa.  Either add/delete the www, or just log in again.

Events

How do I list an event on your events calendar?

  • First you need to be signed up.
  • Once you've activated your membership and are signed in, click the menu item "Create content" on the right under the search box, then "Event".
  • Then just follow the instructions on this page.

What kinds of events do you accept?
Event advertisements must be in ENGLISH. We're looking for events that are relevant to the stem cell research community in Europe. Events are moderated, so there may be a short delay before you see the event you submit on the site.

Jobs

How do I list a job on your jobs page?

  • First you need to be signed up.
  • Once you've activated your membership and are signed in, click the menu item "Create content" on the right under the search box, then "Job Ad"
  • Then just follow the instructions on this page.

What kinds of jobs do you accept?
Event advertisements must be in ENGLISH. We're looking for jobs that will be of interest to the stem cell research community in Europe. Jobs are moderated, so there may be a short delay before you see the job you submit on the site.

Resources

How do I list my stem cell resource in your directory?

  • First you need to be signed up.
  • Once you've activated your membership and are signed in, click the menu item "Create content" on the right under the search box, then "Resource".
  • Then just follow the instructions on this page.

What kinds of resources can I submit?
Our directory is focused on educational, interactive and multimedia resources about stem cell research and regenerative medicine. Resources are moderated, so there will be a delay before you see the resource you submit on the site.