Identify and connect with other experts and potential collaborators.


Quick links:


Identify Campus Collaborators 

Are you working on a multidisciplinary research project and would like to identify people working on similar projects? The University of Rochester is home to high caliber researchers in many different areas. 

  • If you are looking for support for your research or projects, Digital Scholarship staff members or subject librarians can help get you started.  
  • If you are looking to find fellow researchers whose research complements your own, the University's Research at Rochester page is a great place to start. Here you will find information on student and faculty researchers in a multitude of different areas of expertise, along with their interests and contact information. 

Also see: Research Consultations with Librarians

Find Off-Campus Expertise 

Trying to identify a person or group outside of this University that has the knowledge and skills that you need? We have several databases to get you started. You can use DimensionsWeb of Science, and Scopus to find interesting research being conducted around the world.

Need more guidance? Contact your subject librarian or Kim Hoffman, director of Learning Initiatives.

Also see: Research Consultations with Librarians

Manage your areas of expertise 

You've published a paper or two, now what? 

  • This guide can give you some quick information about reputation and impact.
  • For assistance in building up your scholarly identity including ORCID, what journals to publish in, social media, conferences, open access, author's rights, and more, contact Daniel Castillo, director of Research Initiatives.

Also see: Reputation and Impact