Help narrow the translational gap

We believe that consortium projects are our best bet to narrow the translational gap.

They bring together multiple disciplines and multiple stakeholders to focus on research and innovation bottlenecks.

We also believe that consortium projects are  a great environment to develop and exert the transformative leadership skills that are needed to realise the full potential of advancements in medical research.  

We are seeking like minded people from academia, industry, and disease foundations.

We see the Assembled Chaos Community as a means to build up the knowledge and and the critical mass necessary to make a real difference in the lives of those who are suffering from disease.

There is no cost.

Apply for membership.

Benefits of membership

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Ad hoc online networking

Online networking events where you can have ad hoc small group meetings (what you miss about conferences)

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Free copy

Learn how to make the most out of consortium projects. You will receive a free copy of Scott's book Assembled Chaos

Joining consortia

Opportunities to join consortia that are developing in our consortium project incubators
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Build your leadership skills

Access to white papers on emerging translational research approaches and cross boundary disciplines such as data science. Practical overviews you won't get from published articles.
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Stay informed about public and private funding opportunities

Promote your expertise

Contribute to 'mini' white papers that describe a method or a resource (cohorts, datasets, sample collections etc.) that you have in hand and would like to use to build new collaborations