The Center for Comparative Medicine and Surgery (CCMS) is preparing to transition the TOPAZ Granite, software which manages the animal facility enterprise (i.e. animal orders, census, billing, etc.), to Topaz Elements. This updated software is web based and will continue to support the Web Animal Orders application through Sinai Central.
In addition to online animal ordering, this new product will offer the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai investigators the ability to view current census, accrued invoices, and other relevant information related to their vivarium supported research aims.
In order to adequately prepare our existing researchers for this transition, CCMS is excited to offer the below training opportunities.
Three hands on training sessions will be provided for each building (Annenberg, Icahn and Hess) over a three-week period. All the training sessions will take place in the Levy Library classrooms. The training sessions, date, time and room numbers are as follows:
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Please select one of the above training sessions you plan to attend and RSVP by emailing Veronica Moses at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before Friday, March 9, 2018. As the training sessions will take place in a classroom setting, we will only be able to accommodate up to 20 people per session. As a result, we will schedule you based upon the order in which you RSVP.
If you cannot attend any of the above sessions, a link to a Topaz Elements training video will be available on CCMS’ website (http://icahn.mssm.edu/research/ccms) after the go live date (to be announced).
If you have any questions, please feel free contact Veronica Moses or the CCMS business office at 212-241-3008.