Influence of a National Cancer Institute transdisciplinary research and training initiative on trainees' transdisciplinary research competencies and scholarly productivity.

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Over the past several decades, there has been burgeoning interest and investment in large transdisciplinary (TD) team science initiatives that aim to address complex societal problems. Despite this trend, TD training opportunities in the health sciences remain limited, and evaluations of these opportunities are even more uncommon due to funding constraints… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13142-012-0173-0

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@article{Vogel2012InfluenceOA, title={Influence of a National Cancer Institute transdisciplinary research and training initiative on trainees' transdisciplinary research competencies and scholarly productivity.}, author={Amanda L Vogel and Annie Feng and April Y. Oh and Kara L. Hall and Brooke A. Stipelman and Daniel Stokols and Janet Okamoto and Frank M. Perna and Richard Moser and Linda C. Nebeling}, journal={Translational behavioral medicine}, year={2012}, volume={2 4}, pages={459-68} }