Team Science

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    Insights to Inspire 2022: In Our Own Words is a collection of Program Summaries from across the consortium for the Careers in Clinical & Translational Research (CCTR) metric. From 36 unique hubs come insights into how hubs are working to improve the experiences of their KL2 scholars and TL1 trainees. Starting in December 2021 and extending through April 2022, In Our Own Words will feature one of

  • Wake Forest University Health Sciences

    The Wake Forest Clinical and Translational Science Institute is working to nurture the academic Learning Health System (aLHS) at Wake Forest. Each of the CTSI’s unique programs were tasked to pivot a portion of their work specifically to this aim. In doing such, a collaboration formed among the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD), Team Science, and Translational Pilot Programs

  • Episode Summary: Dr. Tara Mehta and her partners at Urban Initiatives talk about their efforts to improve children’s mental health by teaching recreational staff how to promote social-emotional learning during recess. Featured Researchers & Partners: Tara Mehta, PhD Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology Department of Psychiatry, UIC College of Medicine Consultant, CCTS Community Engagement &
  • “Secrets of Successful Teamwork: What Can Academia Learn from Non-Academia?”
    Rutgers Biomedical/Health Sciences

    Rutgers NJ ACTS Team Science Core Presents Amy Ross Space Suit Engineer "Secrets of Successful Teamwork: What Can Academia Learn from Non-Academia?"

  • “Funding through the Georgia CTSA Pilot Grants program was invaluable to me as an early career scholar. It has provided me opportunities for ongoing research projects and continued collaboration with leading researchers in my field,” says Dr. Alexis Bender. As a grant recipient, Alexis Bender, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Emory University, has received numerous benefits from funding
  • The Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (Georgia CTSA) reached out to one of its own experts to employ a novel research approach to evaluate its team connections and dynamics. The aim of this research was to understand the complex web of relationships connecting managers at the top of organizations and how these relationships drive the top team’s performance and the organization’s
  • “The 1:1 mentoring, learning more about myself, and networking with other fellows has helped me feel less lost and alone. My experience in the Georgia CTSA TEAMS Program has been life-changing!” says Dr. Ines Gonzalez-Casanova. Now accepting applications for Mentors and Fellows for the 2021-2022 academic year cohort, the Georgia CTSA TEAMS (Translational Education and Mentoring in Science) Program
  • Journal of clinical and translational science

    Although the science of team science is no longer a new field, the measurement of team science and its standardization remain in relatively early stages of development. To describe the current state of team science assessment, we conducted an integrative review of measures of research collaboration quality and outcomes.

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    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    By the end of this presentation, viewers will be able to: 1. Define team science and differentiate team science research from more traditional forms 2. Identify how team science is promoted by the NIH 3. Explain the benefits and shortcomings of teams science research 4. Describe the risks associated with team science models and how to overcome them 5. Describe real-world examples of how team

  • Researchers like Susan Mohammed study the formation and functioning of teams, a field called team science. Team science is essential because understanding team dynamics strengthens team member unity. The application of team science tools and techniques builds strong team foundations for success. Mohammed, a professor of psychology, provides team science consultations to Penn State research teams
  • Maybe you wrote it off as a buzzword when you first saw it. But Team Science has guided and shaped cutting edge research at Virginia Commonwealth University from behind the scenes for years. Understanding it and its value, in fact, has informed the research of some of VCU’s best scientists and physicians. “Early in my career, I had this misconception that research involved a scientist, a clinician
  • NCATS has provided the FDA with access to the N3C Data Enclave. FDA investigators interested in accessing N3C COVID-19 data must complete appropriate human subjects and NIH security training, review and abide by NCATS technology transfer requirements, and submit a Data Use Request (DUR) detailing their proposed project and use of N3C data. For details on how FDA investigators can access the N3C

  • Where can a leader turn when their teams are not functioning as well as they should? How can a team be built for success? How can teams develop unity when they’re built with diversity in mind? How do scientists from different disciplines get on the same page when their vocabularies may sound the same but have different meanings? A new resource from Penn State Clinical and Translational Science
  • Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute released the latest episode of its Engage Podcast, discussing the importance of team science. In the podcast episode, Susan Mohammed, a professor of psychology, discusses how the study of team dynamics strengthens teams and the application of team science tools and techniques builds strong team foundations. She also discusses her research
  • What's a Research Studio? CTSI’s Team Science Program created the Research Studio to meet the sometimes difficult-to-define needs around crafting grant proposals, finding collaborators, and fleshing out study teams. How will the study be designed? Is the hypothesis clear and succinct, yet robust enough to make a meaningful impact? How will the trial be implemented, measured, and finally translated

  • N3C is hosting an Open House to engage CTSA members, newcomers, and the wider translational research community. The event will be kicked off with a one-hour symposium that includes opening remarks from N3C leadership, followed by a PI/Clinician Testimonial with Dr. David Ellison of OCTRI, an N3C Tutorial on how to get involved, a demonstration of the N3C Data Enclave, and flash talks from the

  • National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C)
    Center for Data to Health

    The N3C is the largest collection of electronic health record (EHR) data on COVID-19 patients in the world and is anchored on the OHDSI/OMOP model. This webinar will feature presentations to increase N3C awareness and engagement of nurses, and to identify opportunities and roles relevant to nurse scientists. There will also be a panel discussion involving prominent nurse scientists to address

  • Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med Ctr

    The Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute Team Science Toolbox is designed to:

  • Listen to the latest Bioinformatics & Beyond podcast hosted by Leo Elworth. Dr. Melissa Haendel discusses how the N3C organization she co-leads and co-founded has led the way in integrating COVID-19 clinical data to aid research efforts. She discusses how the creation of synthetic clinical data also has the potential to help COVID-19 researchers. Further topics include the current status of
  • Data from more than 143,000 coronavirus-positive patients are now available to Rhode Island researchers through the new National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) data platform. In addition to the vast amounts of data available for coronavirus research, the N3C also aims to help scientists analyze these data to understand the disease and develop treatments. The N3C Data Enclave was officially
    American Medical Informatics Association
    Built and launched in just a few short months, the National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) was established with researchers from more than 300 institutions. Whether you’re a clinician, statistician, a data scientist, or a translational scientist of any kind, there are numerous ways to participate. The N3C Data Enclave opened on September 2nd and now has over 1 million patient records (over 1
  • Regenstrief Institute, Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) and Datavant are supporting the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in a national effort to securely gather data to help scientists understand and develop treatments for COVID-19. The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) was launched as a centralized analytics platform to store and study vast amounts of
  • Built and launched in just a few short months, the National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) was established with researchers from more than 300 institutions. Whether you’re a clinician, statistician, data scientist, or translational scientist of any kind, there are numerous ways to participate. The N3C Data Enclave opened on September 2nd and now has over 1 million patient records (over 1 billion
  • ISTSC 2021
    International Network for the Science of Team Science (INSclTS)
    Science of Team Science and the Human Condition The 12th Annual International Science of Team Science Conference hosted by Virginia Tech aims to advance our understanding of collaborative initiatives that address multidimensional complex societal problems. We invite team science academics, leaders and members of cross-disciplinary teams, institutional leaders and administrators, and funding
  • Rockefeller University

    While there is universal recognition of the importance of team science and team leadership in clinical and translational science, there is a remarkable dearth of valid and reliable outcome measures on team science leadership. As a result, we developed a semi-quantitative translational science-specific team leadership competency assessment tool and have begun pilot studies to validate it and use it

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    Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med Ctr
    Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute presents "Cultivating a Climate of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Virtual Teams" at its next Translational Science Seminar Series webinar from noon to 1 p.m. on Oct. 22. How can teams be managed to simultaneously improve inclusivity and leverage the power of diverse thought? This seminar will discuss practical tools for fostering a
  • An interprofessional group of professors at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and educators at the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC are collaborating to create a safe space through art for conversations about the complex issues facing health care providers. The effort is led by Cynthia Dodds, Ph.D., associate professor in the MUSC College of Health Professions and principal
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    The Journal of Clinical and Translational Science recently announced a call for submissions for a special themed issue focused on the Design, Development, Evaluation, and Dissemination of Team Science Interventions in Clinical and Translational Research. "Our goal is to curate a set of manuscripts that highlight the current state of providing interventional support to Translational Teams

  • Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance
    Emory University

    Hear from the experts and share your experiences! Join Marissa Shuffler, Ph.D., (Clemson University) and Christopher Wiese, Ph.D., (Georgia Tech) to learn how to manage your virtual teams. They will offer evidence-based guidelines and practical advice. Turn your team of experts into expert virtual teams! Instructions to use Zoom: Download the Zoom app from Google Play