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Creating an Account in CMSE MUMMS

MUMMS tracks your completion of safety training requirements and your account number for billing. To create an account in MUMMS:

1. Go to the CMSE MUMMS website at

2. Click on the link to Register

3. Complete your Basic Info, then click on Next

4. You will answer Yes to the question: Are you currently an MIT student, postdoc, staff member, or faculty member?

5. Complete the Services and Research Profile, then click Next

6. Complete your MIT Info and then click Next

7. Register your username and password, then click Next

8. After you complete the registration form, you will receive an e-mail. Click on the link provided in the e-mail in order to confirm your account.

9. An e-mail will be sent to your supervisor/PI. They must click on the link to approve your use of the 7-digit account number that you provided during registration. You will not be able to use the CMSE facilities (or log in to remote Coral) until your supervisor approves your account.
For non-MIT users, your institution purchase order will be your approval document for facility billing.

10. Log in to your newly created account from the CMSE MUMMS website

11. You can:

12. You must sign off on the CMSE chemical hygiene plan (CHP)

    A. From the MUMMS Main Menu, click on the link Manage Your Services

    B. For each SEF, you can see if the prerequisites have been completed to give you access to that facility.

    C. If the Prerequisites are shown as Not Completed, then click on the link Show Details in the Prerequisites row.

    • Prerequisites that have been completed will be marked with a green check mark.
    • Prerequisites that have not been completed will be marked with a red X or hourglass.

    E. The CHP Form Sign Off indicates that you have read the CMSE chemical hygiene plan. If this is not marked as completed, then:

13. If any other prerequisites are marked as Not Completed, then read the instructions on how to complete them.


14. Once all prerequisites have been completed, then you can get trained on an instrument and become an independent user. You will not be able to reserve or use an instrument until you have completed the training for that specific instrument.


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Registering for MUMMS
Installing Remote Coral
Using Coral to Reserve an Instrument
Review and Delete Reservations
Logging Instrument Use
Reporting Instrument Problems
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