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1. A coordinated effort by two or more people or functional entities.
2. Process of working together toward a common end by various participants (for example, clinicians, researchers).
[L.L. collaboro, to work together, fr. col- (for com-, fr. cum, with, + laboro, to work]


Psychiatry A helping relationship between a family member and a mental health professional who share responsibility for a child with an emotional disorder
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Models of effective collaboration are needed to best serve the needs of students in 21st-century schools.
As institutions of higher education create programs focused on student success, the links between collaboration and assessment become critical.
Since then, the industry's appreciation of how business collaborations can be implemented electronically has increased dramatically," noted Dale Moberg of Axway, co-chair of the OASIS ebXML Business Process Technical Committee.
We discuss how the program is structured to foster collaboration; the collaborative activities among faculty, students, and the community; and evaluation used to support collaboration.
In addition to these collaborations, Alkermes is conducting feasibility studies with other pharmaceutical companies on an undisclosed basis.
Under the terms of the parties' June 2003 collaboration agreement, Genentech will pay Curis a $3 million dollar cash payment after filing the IND application.
Given the significant role that collaboration plays in special education, educators must examine the model of collaboration they adopt when establishing and sustaining relationships with diverse families.
The IAF Handbook of Collaboration will answer such questions as: How can we create a culture of collaboration?
MFIC and the University have ongoing research collaborations.
Our goal is to continue to leverage our discovery and development capabilities by establishing additional collaborations with market leaders seeking to create a competitive advantage for their products," added Snyder.
Curis has successfully used this technology and product development approach to produce several promising drug product candidates in the fields of cancer (under two collaborations with Genentech, one of which includes a co-development arrangement for a basal cell carcinoma product candidate that is currently in Phase I clinical trials), neurological disorders (under collaboration with Wyeth), hair growth (under collaboration with Procter & Gamble), kidney disease (licensed to Ortho Biotech Products and under development at Centocor, both subsidiaries of Johnson & Johnson), and cardiovascular disease.
0+ million pixels of video; and, record and archive voice, video, & data communications for prospective playback within real time collaborations.

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