September 18, 2019
Room 115 in the Biomedical Research Tower
As research becomes more interdisciplinary, it is crucial that researchers are able to work effectively with investigators, colleagues, and others. “Team Science” is the study and application of principles and strategies to develop, lead, and manage groups of people as part of a research project/team.
The workshops are designed to support researchers engaged in collaborative research as well as staff who work in teams to support research efforts. The workshops are taken in order, build upon one another, and are founded upon principles laid out in the NIH’s “Collaboration and Team Science: A Field Guide.”
Attending this event counts towards the Postdoctoral Professional Development Certification program.