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How to Setup and Maintain Collaborations-A View from the Frontlines

How to Setup and Maintain Collaborations-A View from the Frontlines, Friday, May 4, is the next workshop in the professional development series hosted by the Gulf Coast Consortia.

Professor James Tour will talk about his experiences in setting up and maintaining collaborations over the years. He has collaborators across many fields, nationally and internationally. These collaborations are between his lab and those at other universities, at hospitals, at industry and at national labs. It is an opportunity to get an insight into how scientific work is carried out in teams. It will prompt you to think about how you will set up your own collaborations and give you ideas for the same.  The workshop will be conversational in style, and questions will be welcome. Register.


The Gulf Coast Consortia brings together the strengths of its member institutions to build interdisciplinary collaborative research teams and training programs in the biological sciences at their intersection with the computational, chemical, mathematical, engineering, and physical sciences. Comprised of six prominent and geographically proximate Texas Gulf Coast institutions, Baylor College of Medicine, Rice University, University of Houston, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, the GCC’s goal is to provide a cutting edge collaborative training environment and research infrastructure, one beyond the capability of any single institution. The training arm of the GCC is the Keck Center.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Deborah Miller

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