Judah Folkman, a professor in the Department of Vascular Biology at the Children’s Hospital in Boston, is to consider how best to advance the research in his laboratory at a time when the biomedical research has received more interdisciplinary and collaborative. In particular, Folkman has to consider how to promote cooperation, as lab members to demonstrate with various incentives that drive them towards independence for their career advancement and thus sometimes have to fight resistance cooperation. As … Read more »

Judah Folkman, a professor in the Department of Vascular Biology at the Children’s Hospital in Boston, is to consider how best to advance the research in his laboratory at a time when the biomedical research has received more interdisciplinary and collaborative. In particular, Folkman has to consider how to promote cooperation, as lab members to demonstrate with various incentives that drive them towards independence for their career advancement and thus sometimes have to fight resistance cooperation. Also highlights trends in the academic labor market and in the financing of biomedical research.
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Jonathan West,
Mona Ashiya,
Ambuj Sagar
Source: Harvard Business School
33 pages.
Release Date: 04 June 2004. Prod #: 604091-PDF-ENG
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