Collaborate. Discover. Implement.

Establishing and maintaining a productive research team is a difficult challenge across all stages of an academic’s career. The science of good teamwork is universal, from incorporating graduate students and post-docs to your first research team to crossing-boundaries in the creation and maintenance of an interdisciplinary expert team. We offer a workshop that aims to develop the skills necessary to build and maintain your research team by leveraging research on existing teams.


Workshop Topics Include:

  • Basic teamwork concepts
  • Best practices when bring your first team together
  • How to manage and leverage conflict
  • Building interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Handling team member change/exit


Upcoming Workshop Sessions:

Bi-Weekly Webinars - Community Engagement in the Era of COVID-19: Opportunities, Challenges, and Lessons Being Learned

Thursday, May 14th, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Previous Workshop Sessions:

"Managing Lab Trainees During this Unprecedented Time"

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"Managing Clinical Trainees During This Time"

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"Ramping Down Clinical Trials"

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To learn more about an upcoming session or have a general question about Team Science workshops, please contact Lauren James at


To learn more about our Team Science Awards, click here.