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Find collaborators

Specialized tools for finding research collaborators.

  • USC Health Sciences Profiles
    USC Profiles was created for research networking and initially focused on adding USC faculty members within the health sciences. It is gradually expanding to other groups such as fellows, post-docs, etc.
    Check out the PDF Help file for more information.
  • Epernicus Network
    This free social networking tool requires registration, but then permits you to search for collaborators. Unique features include "research genealogy"-- tracking advisor/advisee relationships.
  • ResearcherID
    Affiliated with the Web of Science database, ResearcherID lets you create a profile to attract collaborators, or search profiles to find the right colleague.

Additional options

These sites are usually used for literature searches, but can be creatively used to help find collaborators in specific subjects.

  • Google Scholar
    Google Scholar indexes a broad cross-section of academic literature, including papers, conference proceedings, patents, books, and theses. Search this to discover publications and authors not included in other databases.
  • NextBio
    Register for account using USC email or login to existing account. Search by topic, then look at 'authors' or 'affiliations' word clouds.
  • Web of Science
    Web of Science includes citation counts (how frequently an article is cited). Search for a topic and sort by Times Cited to find authors with frequent cites in a specific subject area.
  



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