The goal of the SCORE PROGRAM is to enhance the professional development of the research faculty and sustain a research environment at CSU which encourages students to point their career goals to leadership positions in biomedical research.
Prior to 2011 the NIH funded SCORE as an institutional program through its SO6 mechanism with multiple research subprojects. The current program funds individual faculty research through SC awards. CSU is the recipient of four of these grants - to Drs Al-Ghoul, Mardis, He, and Swier - see below. These projects offer CSU students practical laboratory experiences in a range of research subjects and serve as on-campus research activities for students who participate in the developmental projects of the MBRS RISE Program.
The following is a listing of the current and recent faculty-led SCORE research projects:
Current and recent SCORE faculty research projects are listed above. Tenured and tenure-track faculty in the biological sciences, chemistry, pharmacy, mathematics, and physics are eligible to submit SCORE research projects for future funding by the NIH. Those interested are invited to consult with Warren Sherman prior to submitting their application. Here is a link for a sample SF 424 Form (R & R) for filing an application on Grants.Gov for SCORE research support.
For a full listing of previous faculty-led MBRS-supported research projects, click here.