Collaboration Resources

Center for Research, Excellence, and Diversity in Team Science (CREDITS)

Quotes from review by Hara, N., et al., 2003.

Kinzler, K.D. and Shutts, K., 2018. Ways to promote and foster collaborative research in your lab. Nature, 560(7720), pp.673-674. doi:

Leahey, E., Beckman, C. M., & Stanko, T. L. (2017). Prominent but less productive: The impact of interdisciplinarity on scientists’ research. Administrative Science Quarterly, 62(1), 105–139.

Hara, N., et al., 2003.       

NIH Collaborative Research Agreements

Collaboration and Team Science Field Guide

DeHart, D., 2017. Team science: A qualitative study of benefits, challenges, and lessons learned. The Social Science Journal, 54(4), pp.458-467.

Weinfurt, K.P., 2019. Managing different intellectual personalities in scientific teams. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science, 3(2-3), pp.50-52. DOI:

Mohammed, S., & Nadkarni, S. (2011). Temporal diversity and team performance: The moderating role of team temporal leadership. Academy of Management Journal, 54(3), 489–508.


Hall, K.L., 2018 Strategies for team science success: Handbook of evidence-based principles for cross-disciplinary science and practical lessons learned from health researchers.

Hall, K.L., Vogel, A.L., Crowston, K. (2019). Comprehensive Collaboration Plans: Practical Considerations Spanning Across Individual Collaborators to Institutional Supports. In: Hall, K., Vogel, A., Croyle, R. (eds) Strategies for Team Science Success. Springer, Cham.