Your PI and administrator have the ability to change your billing information using a special web portal provided to them. You can also use a Change of Billing Request Form, which can be found on our Forms page at http://cns.fas.harvard.edu/files/cns/files/fm064_r3_1_changeofbillinginfoform.pdf Read more about How do I change my billing information at
Please contact us at: email@example.com and provide as much information as possible (organization, number of people, particular interests, preferred dates etc.) and we will contact you shortly regarding arrangements. Read more about How do I arrange a tour of CNS?
Whatever institution is paying for the user fees is considered the "Institution of Record." One can only be considered a Harvard User if you are paying with a 33-digit account code. If you are paying with a purchase order issued by another institution, you are considered a Non- Harvard User.
Yes. We use iris scans (not retinal scans) only. It is simply a picture of your eye. It gets stored on a secured server encrypted as a series of numbers. Even if someone got a hold of the server, they could neither translate the numbers back to a picture nor be able to associate them with you. It is simply a recognition system that ties into the actual
access system. There is no connection between your iris scan record and any confidential HR or medical records.
The Institutional signature needs to be from someone who has official signatory status for that organization. As each institution is organized differently it is impossible to specifically state a person that has signatory authority. For academic institutions, it would be a fair assumption that most people with Dean in their title have this authority. If one was to hand us such a form, we would take it to the sponsored research office as they definitely have this authority as they sign-off on Federal grant proposals as part of their function. In some cases, Dept. Chairs may
have this Read more about As a Non-Harvard User, who should the sign on behalf of the Institution on the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)?