The goal of the NextGen Precision Health & Ellis Fischel Cancer Center Science Seminar is to highlight transdisciplinary precision research taking place in the cancer field, provide opportunities for collaboration among researchers to build their own research efforts and promote clinical/researcher activity across the University of Missouri System and our partners.
For questions about this event, please reach out to Veronica Lemme.
Growing Team Science at Mizzou
Speakers: Christie Terry, MS, Director of Professional Development, Division of Research, Innovation & Impact, University of Missouri; and Amanda Carr, Ph.D., MS, Senior Coordinator Professional Development, Division of Research, University of Missouri
Date: Feb. 15, 2024, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Location: Roy Blunt NextGen Precision Health Building, Atkins Family Seminar Room
Join Christie Terry and Amanda Carr from the Division of Research to learn more about team science and the division’s strategies for growing team science at Mizzou. Christie and Amanda will share examples of team science events they have facilitated for Mizzou researchers as well as an overview of the other services they provide to support researcher success.
About the Speakers
Christie is the director of Professional Development for the University of Missouri Division of Research. Before joining the division, Christie directed an education-focused outreach and research center at the Mizzou where she led several large-scale research grants studying how to scale effective professional development that balances fidelity and flexibility. Christie serves as a higher education representative on the ISTE and ASCD Board.
Amanda is the senior coordinator for Professional Development at the University of Missouri Division of Research. Her current role focuses on supporting faculty research at all career stages. Amanda has 15 years of experience in professional development and has worked with faculty, undergraduate and graduate students, and international scholars. Her existing research explores scholarly identity development and early career faculty socialization.