Creating Interdisciplinary Research Teams and Using Consultants
This chapter addresses the need to organize collaborative research by gathering and using the collaboration of experts, mentors, and consultants. It also details how to move into the mentor/consultant role as one's experience grows. The use of investigators from multiple disciplines, moving towards translational forms, and bridging scientific disciplines will maximize the likelihood that research findings will be used. The different forms of complex teams, their creation, expertise areas, and sustainment are discussed. The chapter closes by detailing the use of consultants, their pay, rights, and selection.
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