Exploring the role of team science in research career progression

The opportunities and challenges faced by biomedical researchers participating in team-based collaborations will be explored in a new project by the Academy of Medical Sciences.

Large collaborative studies are becoming increasingly common across all of research. Multidisciplinary teams are often needed to tackle many current research questions effectively.

The project aims to identify the benefits and challenges of working collaboratively, and how to better reward and recognise researchers working this way. Particular focus will be given to how team contributions could better be used for individual career progression, and how past experiences influence researchers’ desire to take part in future collaborations.

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