Clinical & Translational Science Institute Team Science & Research Collaboration Resources
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute supports team science and collaboration among researchers in different disciplines and across the investigator spectrum through programs, workgroups, and seminars aimed at connecting basic scientists, clinical researchers, and community partners.
Team Science Development and Support Program
Together with the NYU Health Sciences Library, we bring together coordinated teams of investigators with training and expertise in different fields to address complex scientific challenges, accelerate innovation, and translate scientific findings into new policies and practices. We assist researchers in a number of ways:
- developing and supporting tools to facilitate collaboration
- finding collaborators
- coordinating team science workshops and classes
- organizing events to promote collaboration, such as poster days and speed-networking research events
- forming science workgroups
You can search our faculty by name or research area, or for more information about help with identifying potential research collaborators within NYU Langone, other NYU schools and colleges, and NYC Health + Hospitals affiliates, contact team science director and translational science librarian Alisa R. Surkis, MLS, PhD, at email@example.com.
Translational Science Workgroups
We organize translational science workgroups around a variety of topics for researchers with related interests so they can exchange ideas, collaborate, and develop multiple-investigator funding initiatives.
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Workgroup
The Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) Workgroup is made up of basic and clinical researchers who meet monthly to discuss works in progress, clinically challenging patients, and recent IBD literature. The group also works to develop and facilitate IBD-related research.
Pain Research Workgroup
The Pain Research Workgroup consists of researchers from different departments within NYU Langone who study the management of pain and related comorbidities, including ways to prevent and manage substance abuse. The group works to foster collaborations and to develop multiple-investigator funding initiatives.
To learn more about the Pain Research Workgroup and to be added to the group’s distribution list, contact Keith Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Translational Research in Progress Seminars
A collaboration between the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and NYU Langone’s Department of Medicine, Translational Research in Progress (TRIP) seminars bring together clinical researchers, basic scientists, and population health researchers to present ongoing research projects to their peers and receive feedback.
TRIP seminars are open to researchers from NYU Langone and other NYU schools and colleges and take place at NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital in the ground floor conference room of the Medical Science Building. If you are interested in presenting or in learning more about TRIP seminars, please contact administrative coordinator Shirley Cabrera at email@example.com.