Getting What You Measure: Incentives for Collaboration
Incentives for academic and industry scientists are not always aligned with the kinds of behaviors we all say we want to see more of in science – more open sharing of data and knowledge, more team science and transdisciplinary work to solve challenging problems, more cross-sector collaboration to speed development of promising ideas. How can we encourage life science organizations to change their culture to promote collaboration? How can we show collective impact in a way that aligns incentives across sectors and institutions?
President, CHDI Foundation
Senior Fellow, Vice President, and Global Head of Discovery Partnerships with Academia, GSK
Executive Director, MIT Center for Biomedical Innovation
Director, Innovative Technology Solutions, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Acting Chief of Staff and Associate Director for Science Policy, National Institutes of Health