Leadership for Innovative Team Science (LITeS) is a year-long program focused on the development of leadership and team-building skills within the context of the academic health center. The structure of the program involves eight days of in-person workshops, as well as additional time working together in teams to address a series of campus or national issues for clinical and translational research. LITeS fosters team science by:
The 2021-22 LITeS program will be focused exclusively on teams of people who already are working together (intact teams). Nominated teams should comprise 5-8 individuals (primarily faculty), including at least one or two senior faculty members, who work together to conduct research and/or manage an academic, health service, training or other program, that involves clinical or translational research in some way. Eligible teams may reside within one school or department, or may cross organizational units. We welcome participants from our CCTSI partners at CSU, Boulder, and participating hospitals. We also will not exclude teams including members who previously have completed the LITeS program as individual participants; the program will be different in a number of ways from the program of previous years.
The LITeS program is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equity.
This badge certifies that the individual has participated in a year-long training in Leadership for Innovative Team Science (LITeS). The LITeS program focuses on the development of leadership and team-building skills within the context of the academic health center.