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The Science of Team Science is an in-depth introduction to the basic concepts of team science, showcasing successful examples of team-based research from experts in the field. Major topics include team conflicts and resolutions, incentives and disincentives to collaborative research, communication techniques, and evaluation methods.

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For the answers, launch Module One!

Team Science Research Process in Behavioral Science is an interactive course, wherein the learner assumes the role of a senior behavioral science researcher working on an interdisciplinary program project grant. The learner navigates through a series of scenarios to form a team, identify and secure appropriate funding , successfully launch the team project, manage conflict, and evaluate team success mid-project.

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Team Science Research Process in Basic Medical Science is an interactive course wherein the learner assumes the role of a research development officer working with a researcher in biomedical science on a large research center initiative. The learner navigates through a series of scenarios to initiate a large cross-disciplinary, inter-institutional project, develop a proposal and budget, develop a relationship with the funder, and promote collaboration across a large team.

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Team Science Research Process in Clinical Medical Science is an interactive course wherein the learner assumes the role of an early-career clinical investigator working on a multi-site, cross-disciplinary study. The learner navigates through a series of scenarios to assemble a team, identify a funding opportunity, mitigate team conflict, and evaluate project success. Each step is supported with activities, animations, and advice from the experts.

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Supported in part by: CTSA grant 3UL1RR025741 Multidisciplinary Clinical and Translational Science Program (PI: Philip Greenland) and National Library of Medicine contract N01-LM-6-3512 from the Office of Behavioral & Social Sciences Research, (PI:  Bonnie Spring)