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Identify colleague/collaborator/team

Information:

  • In order to be a successful clinical researcher it is key to have the support of colleagues and collaborators, and to create a team to inform your work. While it can be helpful to have the input of others from your field, it can also be useful to add perspectives from other disciplines as well. As it is vital to get biostatistical input throughout the course of your work it can be very useful to have a trained biostatistician as an official member of your research team.

Resources:

Consultation with Clinical Research Program (CRP) FacultyHarvard Catalyst Profiles

Courses:

LIVE TRAINING:
Harvard Catalyst Leadership Strategies for the Researcher

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