CTSI TL1 Program Director Elected President of International Network for the Science of Team Science

We are thrilled to announce that Wayne McCormack, PhD, the Program Director of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute TL1 Program, has been elected as the President of the International Network for the Science of Team Science, or INSciTS.

INSciTS, a distinguished non-profit organization, is dedicated to advancing the organization and science of team science. Dr. McCormack’s election to the presidency is a testament to his outstanding contributions and extensive expertise in the field of team science. His dual role as a program director and co-director positions him as an exemplary leader for this prestigious position.

As a leading figure in the realm of team science, Dr. McCormack has played a pivotal role in shaping the future of collaborative research. His leadership and commitment to advancing the field align seamlessly with the mission of INSciTS. The organization brings together a diverse community of individuals, including researchers, scholars, and practitioners, with the shared goal of fostering collaboration and enhancing global scientific expertise.

INSciTS is instrumental in preparing the next generation of team scientists by providing leadership, training, and valuable opportunities for collaboration. Dr. McCormack’s presidency signifies not only a personal achievement but also a significant step forward for the organization in achieving its objectives.

Members of INSciTS benefit from a network that transcends disciplinary boundaries, creating a dynamic environment for the exchange of ideas and the cultivation of innovative research projects. Dr. McCormack’s presidency promises to further elevate the impact and reach of INSciTS, reinforcing its role as a cornerstone in the global landscape of team science.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Wayne McCormack on this well-deserved achievement. His presidency marks a new chapter for both him personally and for the INSciTS community, and we look forward to witnessing the continued growth and success of team science under his leadership.

For more information about INSciTS, please visit their website.