RTM Information Systems Support (RTM ISS) creates and manages a number of electronic systems that support various components of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s research enterprise.
||This online tool is an electronic gateway to research administration and management. Designed to keep Memorial Sloan Kettering 's research projects on track, the Grants Central provides the MSK research community with easy access to proposal and award data.
||This application simplifies the creation and electronic submission of grant proposals to grants.gov. Cayuse 424 is integrated with the Grants Central application.
||This application alerts the principal investigator (PI) to compliance issues relating to new or competing grants and contracts and gives the PI the opportunity to inform the database when these compliance conditions exist.
|RTM Event Registration
||RTM hosts many informative training and outreach sessions. This application allows Memorial Sloan Kettering staff to register for these events.
||This reporting tool is used to disseminate data within RTM and to the Memorial Sloan Kettering research community.
|Tips (Shared Facility Billings)
||This system allows SKI facilities that chargeback for services to submit bills to Research Fund Management for review and approval, and eventual posting to the general ledger. In addition, it allows Research Fund Managers to review and approve inter-corporate charge-backs.
||The application provides the ability for authorized users in the Memorial Sloan Kettering research community to track documents submitted to Research Fund Management for approval.
||Memorial Sloan Kettering has a custom interface to iEdison. The application extracts data from Sophia and transmits in bulk to iEdison's web service interface.
|ERS (Effort Reporting)
||The federally mandated Effort Reporting System is used to certify effort on federal projects.
||This system is used by the Office of Technology Development to manage Memorial Sloan Kettering's knowledge assets (such as patents, inventions, and technology licensing) and network of innovation partnerships.
||The Tangible Research Materials application contains Memorial Sloan Ketterings’s inventory of Tangible Research Materials including plasmids, cell lines, and antibodies that may be available for licensing.
||RAMS is SKI’s budget development and tracking tool used by Research Fund Management.