NeuroNetwork FAQs

What is NeuroNetwork?
NAN’s NeuroNetwork Online Community is the new place for NAN members from across the globe to communicate and collaborate. This online tool was developed for you to ask questions, share information and find useful resources. 

Who can join NeuroNetwork?
Members of NAN at all levels will have access to participate and engage.

Why should I join NeuroNetwork?
NeuroNetwork is a secure and easy-to-use community, which allows you to carry on meaningful online conversations with your colleagues. 

What should I do the first time I log on to NeuroNetwork?

Why must I agree to the terms and conditions?

To ensure the best possible experience for all members, we have established some basic guidelines for participation. In the event that any inappropriate posting is brought to the attention of NAN, we will take all appropriate action, which includes the right to terminate access to any user who does not abide by the NeuroNetwork Code of Conduct.

How do I set my privacy settings?
Once you log in, you can adjust your privacy settings here. From there you will have the option to select who can see different components of your profile including your photo, contact information, Web site, etc. You can choose between the following privacy options: My Contacts, Members Only, Public and Only Me. Please note that NAN recognizes our members’ privacy concerns, and as a result have hidden your e-mail address, mailing address and phone number.  You can change these settings at any time here.

How can I best participate in NeuroNetwork?
NeuroNetwork is a powerful resource that allows you to engage as little or much as you choose. We encourage you to log in, familiarize yourself with the site and begin to engage by posting discussions and sharing resources!