Team Science Development & Support

The NYU H+H CTSI seeks to support team science through promoting collaboration, developing special interest groups, and working to discover and address barriers to team science.

Help Developing and Managing Complex Grants (U and P Grants)

For help initiating and developing P and U program grants through the Office of Science and Research, please email Jacqueline Arciniega

Pilot Funding for Collaborative Projects

The intent of the Collaborative Translational Pilot Project award is to support collaborative scientific studies to enable the development of preliminary data that will serve as the foundation for submission of translational research grant applications. These awards support all phases of translational research along the continuum from bench to bedside to community.

BRIDGES – Building Resources through Integrating Disciplines for Group Effectiveness

The NYU-H+H CTSI is one of six CTSAs participating in BRIDGES, an NSF-funded study testing the effectiveness of team science training that focuses on the role of integrative capacity in facilitating productive, high-quality, high-yield multidisciplinary research. 14 research teams (leaders and members included) have participated in the initial team training and communication workshops.

For more information, please see the BRIDGES Project website.

Poster Days – Connecting Researchers

Bioengineering at NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering:  Opportunities for Collaborative Translational Research. This highly successful poster day provided an opportunity for NYULMC researchers to meet and network with researchers from the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering on March 6, 2014.

Look for updates on the next, soon-to-be scheduled Poster Day.

Collaboration-Focused Research Studios

This CTSI service offers clinical investigators an opportunity to present their protocols and manuscripts in development for review and critique prior to submission to funding agencies or to journals. Research Studios are also available for Basic Science faculty members who would like to develop translational projects and need help finding collaborators to move their projects across the translational spectrum.

If you’re interested in a collaboration-focused research studio, let us know and we will work to help you identify collaborators with the necessary expertise and backgrounds.

To request a Research Studio please fill out the Service Request Form. For questions, please contact Keith Brown.

There are a number of excellent resources available for learning more about team science: