Developing an Institutional Technology and Data Infrastructure for Team Science Presentation, Presented Papers, or Lectures

Driesbach, David. (2021). Developing an Institutional Technology and Data Infrastructure for Team Science . 10.6084/m9.figshare.19879084

cited authors

  • Driesbach, David


  • As Miami’s first and only public research university, Florida International University’s (FIU) has positioned itself as one of South Florida’s anchor institutions with a vision to achieve exceptional student-centered learning and upward economic mobility, produce meaningful research and creative activities, and lead transformative innovations locally and globally, resulting in recognition as a Top-50 public US university. In alignment with the vision, FIU recognizes the criticality of team science to solve the greatest challenges of our time and has made it a strategic priority to develop an institutional infrastructure in support of collaboration and connection. The National Cancer Institute’s Team Science Toolkit also lists ‘Institutional Infrastructure and Resources for Communication and Data Sharing’ as one of the key factors influencing the successful development of team science initiatives. This presentation will examine the various technology and data components of FIU’s institutional infrastructure for team science, including the establishment of a Vivo-based research networking system named Scholars@FIU. It will detail how this initiative has become a central and integrated part of the broader University efforts to enable research collaboration and discovery.

publication date

  • October 19, 2021

Sponsoring Organization

  • Clarivate


  • Virtual

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)


  • Clarivate Future of Research Forum 2021