The SuRE program supports research capacity building at institutions that enroll significant numbers of students from backgrounds nationally underrepresented in biomedical research (see
NOT-OD-20-031), award baccalaureate and/or graduate degrees in biomedical sciences, and receive limited NIH
Research Project Grant funding. It seeks to develop and sustain research excellence of faculty investigators and provide students with research opportunities while catalyzing institutional research culture and enriching the research environment.
The SuRE program will support investigator-initiated research in the biomedical, clinical, behavioral and social sciences (collectively termed "biomedical" sciences) that falls in the mission areas of NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices. Research activities funded by the SuRE program require participation by students. Two SuRE R16 Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs,
PAR-21-173) have been published to support investigator-initiated research projects. A SuRE Resource Center (PAR-21-227) will enable broader participation in the SuRE program nationally, thus maximizing the program’s impact in developing and sustaining research excellence at eligible institutions.
PAR-21-169 - SuRE R16 Award
PAR-21-173 – SuRE-First R16 Award
PAR-21-227 – SuRE U24 Resource Center
SuRE R16 Webinar - April 13, 2021
SuRE R16 Presentation Slides - April 13, 2021
SuRE U24 Resource Center Webinar - May 25, 2021
SuRE U24 Resource Center Presentation Slides - May 25, 2021
The SuRE Program has replaced the SCORE Program and was designed to address recommendations of the NAGMS Council.
SCORE Interactive Portfolio Dashboard
SCORE Program Evaluation
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