Duplicate profiles are sometimes created because of the various ways you can sign up to ResearchGate.The best way to fix this is to delete whichever profile is less complete. At this time, there’s no possibility to merge duplicate profiles.
To delete your secondary profile:
If you no longer have access to the old profile, please let us know through the Contact form and provide us with the ResearchGate URLs or email addresses for the duplicate profiles. Also, please specify which link should be kept and which link should be removed.Please note that we can only transfer the publications to your new account and remove the old one. Profile views, followers, followings and
If you have two ResearchGate accounts, you can merge them quickly and easily. Merging allows you to transfer all your publications (including their related data, such as citations and reads) from your duplicate account to the account that you want to keep. The duplicate account will then be removed.
Please note that removing the duplicate account is irreversible so be careful when choosing which account to delete.
To merge your accounts:
Your request to merge your accounts will be reviewed and you will receive an email confirmation from us when the merge has been completed.
Please note that profile views, followers, followings, and questions will not be transferred.
For more information about reporting duplicates, see Reporting duplicate publications and profiles
It is possible to use a deactivated email address to log into your ResearchGate account as long as you can remember the password. This is how you can change the email address associated with your ResearchGate account:
1. Log in to ResearchGate using your current login email address
Please remember – This is the email address you'll use when you next log in to ResearchGate.