ITS can help you with institutional purchases of computers, software, and computer accessories. The Medical College also has agreements with several reputable computer vendors who offer educational discounts to Weill Cornell staff for personal purchases.
Weill Cornell and Cornell University offer an array of resources for use on ITS-supported computers. These resources include software for viewing and editing DNA sequencing results, statistics, graphics, and more. Some software is free or can be purchased at a substantial discount through our internal web sites or a recommended vendor.
Weill Cornell Medical College offers a file transfer service for the transmittal of files as large 20GB.
The Effort Tracking System (ETS) is a tool for researchers to track their level of effort. Effort reporting is required for all NIH grant submissions and should be used to track all effort expended on federally funded and institutional awards. ETS will also track effort expended on other activities including administration, teaching, and clinical. To access ETS, please visit http://ets.med.cornell.edu. For technical assistance, please contact the User Support Group at email@example.com.
Researchers at Weill Cornell have access to the latest hardware and software for the management of gene expression data, for molecular modeling, and for large-scale computational simulation.
The Research Data Storage Core (RDSC) Facility provides secure networked storage space specifically for electronic research data for investigators. This service will be free for up to 25GB.
ITS provides a range of server computing services, including application and database hosting, centralized storage, and system administration. All users can take advantage of our enterprise-wide, multi-layered backup system with the additional benefit of off-site protection.
Weill Cornell helps researchers with new forms, technology updates, and procedural changes involved in the quickly evolving electronic submission program of Grants.gov.
SAP is a web based enterprise financial application in use by the NYC and Qatar campuses. Researchers can order equipment and supplies and view their grant account budgets. To access SAP, please visit https://wbg.med.cornell.edu/.
Investigators at Weill Cornell can request the establishment of a research profile page in the Research Profile System (RPS), which is designed to describe their ongoing research projects, provide a biographical sketch, and list publications as well as honors and awards.
WCMC's next generation research profile system, VIVO, is in pilot and will be formally launched later this year.
Cornell University, including its Ithaca and Medical College Campuses, is committed to supporting these types of intercampus, interdisciplinary collaborations. The Intercampus Initiatives web site is designed to make it easier to find out about intercampus programs, resources, and activities.
Services from many WCMC research cores can be requested electronically. For Electron Microscopy, Optical Microscopy, Electronic Mass Spectrometry, and the Office of Health Physics, requests can be submitted through eELIMS. Requests for Epigenomics, Genomics, Mouse Genetics, and Cell Sorting can be submitted through iLab.