The University of Iowa recognizes the value in partnering to achieve a common goal and works to foster fruitful collaborations among individuals, teams, disciplines, and institutions. Such partnerships may be formed in response to solicitations seeking multidisciplinary teams, while others are inspired by creative individuals who share a common vision. This section includes resources for identifying potential partners – faculty with interests and expertise in specific areas – and links to institutional resources to facilitate such partnerships.
Team science is a particular type of collaborative effort that addresses a scientific challenge by leveraging the strengths and expertise of professionals trained in different fields. Coordinated teams of investigators with diverse skills and knowledge may be especially helpful for studies of complex social problems with multiple causes. Team science resources are given further down this page.
For some of the resources given below, there will be an on-campus link and an off-campus link. UI Libraries provides access to many databases directly to UI faculty, students and staff. Off-campus links may require a HawkID to log in.
The University of Iowa community now has the option to search the Pivot funding database at https://pivot.cos.com/funding_main. More information about Pivot at the University of Iowa is available from the Pivot User Guide. Questions may be directed to Aaron Kline firstname.lastname@example.org, (319) 335-4142.
Iowa Research Online is the University of Iowa's Institutional Repository, where research and scholarly input is selected and deposited by the faculty, researchers and students of the University as part of the larger Open Access movement to transform scholarly communication.
Comparison of Research Networking Tools and Research Profiling Systems was developed in 2011 by a team at the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute and the Galter Health Sciences Library. This is an analysis of research networking tools and profiling systems.
Additional Resources for Collaborators
Office of the Vice President for Research Research Development Office
UI Core Facilities
UI Directory of Centers and Institutes
UI Carver College of Medicine Core Research Facilities
UI Carver College of Medicine Research Centers and Institutes and Programs
Team Science Resources
Comparison of Research Networking Tools and Research Profiling Systems
An analysis of research networking tools and profiling systems, ranging from those developed at universities for their own use, to those that are free such as KNODE, to those subscription-based services such as Community of Science-Pivot and InfoEd GENIUS/Smarts. Click for page and scroll down to see the list.