There is a critical challenge to retain highly trained basic and clinical scientists in the biomedical research enterprise and expediently promote their independence and capacity to produce innovative discoveries. There is a need to provide more funding opportunities for collaborative, team-science approaches to scientific investigation by interdisciplinary teams comprised of clinician scientists, basic researchers, and ...more »
Are T32s doing a sufficient job of promoting interdisciplinary and team science? Should we change the way these programs are structured?
Does use of periodic and automatic multidisciplinary team consultation improve care and health outcomes of patients with COPD?