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February 16, 2016

Mayo Clinic to Host National Science of Team Science Conference

By Elizabeth Zimmermann

Mayo Clinic is pleased to serve as the host institution for the 2016 Science of Team Science Conference.

With leadership from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and a national planning committee, the conference will bring together scientists engaged in team-based research, institutional leaders who promote collaborative research, policy makers and federal agency representatives. The conference will take place May 16–19, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Phoenix.


Abstracts are being sought for oral papers, lightning round presentations, panel presentations, and scientific posters. The deadline to submit abstracts is February 26.

Science of Team Science
The Science of Team Science is a rapidly growing cross-disciplinary field of study that aims to build an evidence base and develop translational applications to help maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of team-based research. This year's conference will highlight applications for enhancing team science and current hot topics, such as diversity in science teams, big data, citizen science, open data and research networking.

More Information
For more information, please visit the 2016 Science of Team Science Conference website.

You may also subscribe to the Science of Team Science Listserv, which provides an open forum for all subscribers to share information relevant to the practice and study of team science.

Mayo Clinic Research
Supporting and encouraging team science is a top research priority for Mayo Clinic. You can learn more about Mayo Clinic's Research programs and the work our collaborative teams are doing at these links:


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