In this video Jessica Shaw, Ph.D., describes what she learned about the science-practice gap while working as a translational criminology fellow at NIJ. She discusses what the science-practice gap is, how research intermediaries work to bridge that gap, how organizations and individuals can have gaps, and the importance of interdisciplinarity.
Learn more about Dr. Shaw's work during her fellowship in her grant report Translational Criminology Research Fellowship.
Learn more about Dr. Shaw in "Meet the Fellow - Translational Criminology."
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