eResearch

Overview Quick Cards are used for tracking animals that were not bred or ordered. PIs/Lab Personnel will usually request Quick Cards from an active USE form workspace (other than Shipping Form – Export). Quick Cards can also be requested from an approved protocol’s workspace.
Overview This document details the process used by ATR Staff with an ATR Veterinary role to resolve an Animal Treatment Report (ATR) in eRAM.
The Pocket Timecards page allows Facility Supervisors to view data and run reports related to pocket timekeeping.
The Reviewer home workspace is the launch page for eResearch Animal Management. From the home workspace you can:
Overview When a Facility Inspection Deficiency Action is completed by the responsible individual, it must be reviewed by each of the assigned Facility Inspector Reviewer(s) in eRAM.
Overview About Application Versions Major Incremental Versions = 1., 2., 3., etc. Minor Incremental Versions = .1, .2, .3, etc.
The process is essentially the same but you (as protocol editor or authorized signer on both protocols) will be filling out both the receiving and the donating information. Remember that only the Authorized Signer can see the Submit Form activity! For example, you need to donate some of Dr. John's animals to Dr. Lee, and you are an authorized signer on both of these PIs' protocols. You would first create a transfer type of animal use form from either protocol and select the role of that protocol as either donating or receiving.
Shortcodes are used for making purchases at U-M, including purchasing animals, equipment and/or other necessities related to eRAM protocols. The eRAM system facilitates the use of Shortcodes by providing functionality to request the use of Shortcodes from other individuals, and the transfer of Shortcodes between protocols. Within eRAM, Shortcodes can be maintained by a Principal Investigator, ULAM, or a Shortcode Manager who has been designated by a PI.
Overview  If a Sponsor agreement/contract with a confidentiality clause is received, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Letter should be created. A FOIA Letter can be created and submitted to the FOIA Office by an ORSP Project Representative (ORSP-PR), ORSP Staff, or by the Office of Technology Transfer (OTT), and it can be created in an Unfunded Agreement (UFA) or Award (AWD) workspace. An Award project can have multiple FOIAs created for it. UFAs can only have one letter per project. The Create FOIA Letter activity is available in the