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AGU organized a workshop on “Successful Research Team"

A training workshop organized by the Department of Biochemistry at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences at the Arabian Gulf University concluded, in which Professor Roland Brock​, Professor of Biochemistry at Radboud University in the Netherlands, discussed the mechanisms and determinants of building a successful research team, the workshop witnessed a participation of 30 faculty member.

Professor Roland Brock​, who works as an Associate Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at Arabian Gulf University, explained the best mechanisms for forming an integrated work team in various research fields, and the importance of self-evaluation and evaluating the team's work on an ongoing basis to identify weaknesses and strengths while making sure to choose an integrated team whose mem​​bers enhance each other in a way Mutual expertise, capabilities, and skills related to conducting research in a professional manner.

He said during the training: "Rarely does one researcher answer only research questions in the field of biomedicine, and it is more useful to form research teams with diverse expertise that support each other. In addition to reducing the margin of error," he reviewed the determinants of successful team building through practical application and the formation of teams to discuss initial ideas for proposed research during the workshop. On the management of research projects, and the expansion of the network of contacts that he owns.

on the other hand, the Head of the Biochemistry Department at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences, Dr. Mai Salah Sater, confirmed the workshop's coverage of pivotal and important aspects needed by faculty members, as the workshop focused on the importance of building and preparing a successful, multilateral and cooperative scientific team in the field of scientific research, as this is one of the most important elements of successful and innovative scientific research. In her statement, Dr. Sater appreciated the continuous support of the University's' Management, headed by the university president, Dr. Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al-Ohali, for his continuous support t for the faculty members, as the university's strategic management is keen to develop and empower the academic and build and develop their capabilities