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Publications: To add, remove, or fix a publication, sign in to edit your profile page.

Photo: To add or remove a photo, sign in to edit your profile page.

Name/Degree/Contact Information: We get this data from the UCLA HR system(s). Ask your HR representative to make those changes or ask your UCLA campus department how to make changes to your HR record.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Please share your feedback about how to improve UCLA Profiles, and let us know if UCLA Profiles has enabled your research in any way. Your success stories are important to enable the continued support and expansion of this important tool.

Email us at profiles@ucla.edu

Researcher Information

An individual's profile page shows data drawn from external sources, and may also display custom content added by the researcher.

Name, degrees and contact information are imported from campus systems.

Profile owners may add:
  • Photo
  • Education and Training
  • Awards and Honors
  • Research Overview
  • Interests
  • Featured Publications
  • Faculty Mentoring
  • Student Projects
  • Twitter and other feeds
  • Videos
  • Websites
  • News Links

Research Activities and Funding come from NIH ExPORTER. Other grants
may be added.


Published articles available
in PubMed are listed automatically. Other publications may be added.
Networks are generated from research available in PubMed.


Research concepts/topics based on PubMed MeSH terms



Co-authors from the same institution





Co-authors from external institutions





Researchers working on the same topics

Many researchers also have Clinical Trials information based on trials listed in clinicaltrials.gov.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is listed in UCLA Profiles?

  • UCLA Profiles was created for research networking so we initially focused on adding UCLA faculty members, researchers with academic leadership appointments, and non-faculty academic researchers.
  • We are happy to include research staff and other individuals in the UCLA community, on request and if possible. Send requests, with full name and employee ID, to profiles@ucla.edu

Who can view UCLA Profiles?

  • UCLA Profiles is searchable on the web and can be viewed by the general public as well as the UCLA community.

How do I sign in to UCLA Profiles?

  • Click the Sign in link on any UCLA Profiles page. Then enter your single sign on (SSO) username and password.
  • If you have never used SSO, or for password support, go to UCLA Logon ID or contact your Home Departmental Administrator.

Why are there missing or incorrect publications in my profile? How can I correct this?

  • UCLA Profiles uses a complex mix of names, institution, and publication information to find your publications in PubMed's repository. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to match all articles in PubMed to Profiles authors with complete precision and accuracy.
  • People who have common names, who published under multiple names or whose articles were written while at other institutions are most likely to have incomplete publication lists.
  • You can make corrections by searching PubMed from within Profiles to add, edit or delete publications. By curating publications manually, you are helping UCLA Profiles to identify which concepts and co-authors are correctly associated with your profile, thereby increasing the likelihood of finding the right publications on subsequent attempts.

Who manages UCLA Profiles?