These resources provide interdisciplinary research teams the tools and resources needed to collaboratively address scientific challenges.
New or existing interdisciplinary teams selected through a competitive application process will receive a package of support intended to move them from having collective ideas to developing translational research projects with a special focus on inclusion of stakeholders (community, clinical and industry) throughout the research process. This support includes a 4 hour professionally-facilitated retreat, use of a graphic recorder, and pre- and post-retreat administrative support.
Periodic funding opportunities are offered to support and promote interdisciplinary collaboratives by providing pilot funding for a Team Science Translational Research Project that addresses a particular health issue or problem facing the local community. Funded teams will include investigators from more than one discipline and include a minimum of one engaged stakeholder.
The Team Science Toolkit is a user-generated collection of information and resources that support the practice and study of team science.
The listserv provides an open forum for subscribers to share information relevant to the practice and study of team science.
TeamScience.net was developed by Northwestern University as an online resource for researchers engaging in team science. It features learning modules to enhance understanding and skill development in the area of team science.