Water facts

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Team Science and SciTS Resources

“The Science of Team Science is a rapidly emerging field concerned with understanding and managing circumstances that facilitate or hinder the effectiveness of large-scale research, training, and translational initiatives.” Read more...


Selected References:

• Cooke, NJ and Hilton, ML; Eds. Enhancing the Effectiveness of Team Science. Committee on the Science of Team Science, National Research Council, 2015.

• Hall KL, Vogel AL, Stipelman B, Stokols D, Morgan G, Gehlert S. A Four-Phase Model of Transdisciplinary Team-Based Research: Goals, Team Processes, and Strategies. Transl Behav Med. 2012 Dec 1;2(4):415-430.

• Hall KL, Stokols D, Stipelman BA, Vogel AL, Feng A, Masimore B, Morgan G, Moser RP, Marcus SE, Berrigan D. Assessing the value of team science: a study comparing center- and investigator-initiated grants. Am J Prev Med. 2012 Feb;42(2):157-63. doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2011.10.011.

• Falk-Krzesinski H, Contractor N, Fiore SM, Hall KL, Kane C, Keyton J, Klein JT, Spring B, Stokols, D, Trochim, W. Mapping a research agenda for the science of team science. Res Eval. 2011 Jun 1; 20(2): 145–158.

• Falk-Krzesinski, HJ, Borner, K, Contractor, N, Fiore, SM, Hall, KL, Keyton, J, Spring, B, Stokols, D, Trochim, W, and Uzzi, B. Advancing the Science of Team Science. Clinical and Translational Science, Volume 3, Issue 5, pages 263–266, October 2010.

• Borner, K, Contractor, N, Falk-Krzesinski, HJ, Fiore, SM, Hall, KL, Keyton, J, Spring, B, Stokols, D, Trochim, W, and Uzzi, B. A Multi-Level Systems Perspective for the Science of Team Science. Sci Transl Med 15 September 2010: Vol. 2, Issue 49, p. 49cm24.

• Rhoten, D. Interdisciplinary Research: Trend or Transition, in 5, ed. (New York: Items & Issues, Spring/Summer 2004), 1-2, 6-11.

• Huerta, MF, Farber, GK, Wilder, EL, Kleinman, DV, Grady, PA, Schwartz, DA, and Tabak, LA. NIH Roadmap interdisciplinary research initiatives. PLoS Comput Biol. 2005 Nov; 1(6): e59.

• Wuchty, S, Jones, BF, and Uzzi, B. The Increasing Dominance of Teams in Production of Knowledge. Science 18 May 2007: Vol. 316 no. 5827 pp. 1036-1039.

• Disis, M, and Slattery, J. The Road We Must Take: Multidisciplinary Team Science. Sci Transl Med 10 March 2010: Vol. 2, Issue 22, p. 22cm9.

• Stokols, D, Hall, KL, Taylor, BK, and Moser, RP. The Science of Team Science: Overview of the Field and Introduction to the Supplement. Am J Prev Med. 2008 Aug;35(2 Suppl):S77-89.

• Falk-Krzesinski, HJ, Borner, K, Contractor, N, Cummings, J, Fiore, SM, Hall, KL, Keyton, J, Spring, B, Stokols, D, Trochim, W, et al. Advancing the Science of Team Science. Clin Transl Sci. 2010 Oct; 3(5): 263–266.

• Fiore, SM. Interdisciplinarity as teamwork: How the science of teams can inform team science. Small Group Research June 2008 vol. 39 no. 3 251-277.


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