CRS faculty are active in their fields and publish often in peer-reviewed journals. Moreover, because of the interdisciplinary nature of reproductive science, many CRS faculty collaborate regularly and many have co-authored papers together. The graphic below illustrates co-authorship among CRS faculty from 2016-2021 (present) and further depicts the cutting-edge cross-collaborations among fields, which has become a hallmark of the CRS. Each faculty member is represented by a colored node that corresponds with their primary department. Faculty members are then linked if they have co-authored any papers indexed in Scopus since 2016.
A special thank you to Mao Soulakis and the Research Assessment and Communications Department of the Galter Health Sciences Library, for generating this data and creating this visual.