Five questions with team science researcher SusMohammed

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Researchers like it Susan Mohammed studying the formation and functioning of teams, a field called team science. The field is essential because understanding team dynamics strengthens the unity of team members. The application of team scientific tools and techniques creates a solid foundation for team success.

Mohammed, a professor of psychology at Penn State, provides group science advice to Penn State research teams as part of the Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute services. It has also compiled a Team Science Toolbox with practical and technical tools to assist with the common needs of the team during training, launch, maturation and evaluation.

The toolbox is available at https://ctsi.psu.edu/research-support/team-science-toolbox/. To request a consultation or any institutional service, complete a service request form.

A full interview with Mohammed is available in episode 8 of the Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute Engage the podcast. Each episode aims to help listeners learn about the research process and how Penn State research helps improve the health of our neighbors and communities.

Q: What is team science?

Mohammed: Team …

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