Dr. Researcher account

Welcome to the new Asia Research News website. Researchers are invited to register and add a profile page highlighting their work. Registration is free.

When you register as a researcher, this space is your opportunity to highlight your research interests and expertise, key projects, collaborations and/or findings. Let's say you are a molecular biologist studying genetic diseases, a physicist investigating the origins of the universe, or a social scientist surveying attitudes about education. You can share what lab you are a part of or run, the questions you are working on, the key tools you are using. If you are a part of a larger collaboration or received a significant grant or award, you could mention those. It doesn't have to be long, but if you give others an idea about your work and areas of expertise -- you might find new collaborators, become an expert resource for journalists (if you want) or even ignite the interest of funders. Feel free to include key highlights from your CV, for example: 

  • Ph.D. - Molecular Biology - University of California, San Diego, 2010
  • Masters of Science - Bioinformatics - Caltech, 2004
  • Bachelor of Science - Biology - Columbia University, 2001

In the sidebar, you'll see you can share links to your lab website, as well as your social media handles if you are active in communicating your work on other platforms. You can decide to share your contact information with others registered on Asia Research News. Make sure to select the academic discipline(s) that best describe you, as well as more broad, general news topics. 

Once you complete your profile page and it is approved, then you will be able to share events you are organizing, like seminars, conferences, short courses, or public lectures, as well open positions in your lab or department over on the jobs page. Researcher accounts and profiles are open to all researchers, including those still completing their degree. If you have any questions, please reach out to us - we are here to help.


You can also share a few of your key publications here. For example:

  • Last name, First initial. et al. Study title. Journal name Volume#, pages (year)
  • Last name, First initial. et al. Study title. Journal name Volume#, pages (year)
Academic discipline: