What is Team Science? And Other Tips for Working with Interdisciplinary Teams

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Date/Time:Wednesday, 13 May 2020 from 9:00 am to 10:30 am
Location:Virtual Presentation
Channel:Research Office
Categories:Training, development
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Upcoming research challenges require a diverse depth of knowledge and set of skills often found across disciplines. To overcome these challenges, researchers will need to create teams of interdisciplinary experts.Dr. Christophe Marchand, a Health Scientist Administrator at the NIH National Cancer Institute (NCI) Center for Research Strategy, will host an online seminar on the principles of Team Science.

This presentation will cover the following areas:
Building and Leading a Research Team
Managing Differences
Discussing Credit and Recognition
Sustaining and Strengthening the Team

Join us to gain some tips and tricks for preparing or strengthening your research team! Register here!

Dr. Marchand obtained his Ph.D. in Molecular Pharmacology in 1997 from the University of Paris, Pierre & Marie Curie, in the area of gene therapy via DNA triple helix formation. In 1998, he joined the Laboratory of Molecular Pharmacology at the NCI as a Visiting Fellow where he was appointed Staff Scientist in 2006. In 2014, he was promoted to Senior Staff Scientist (NIH Associate Scientist) in the Developmental Therapeutics Branch. In 2016, Dr. Marchand became a Health Scientist Administrator at the Center for Research Strategy within the Office of the Director at the NCI.