This mechanism is available only when announced in the NIH Guide.
For institutions with relatively new programs of research, NINR supports programs of Centers focused on building research expertise and teams for the future. These Centers, awarded using the P20 Exploratory Grant mechanism, support the initial enhancement of research capacity at institutions with emerging research programs. The awards support shared resources and several small exploratory research projects (each at the level of an R03 research project) conducted by several investigators focused on a common research theme. These Centers are expected to lead to: improved capabilities at institutions with nascent research programs; an increased number of investigators involved in interdisciplinary research of importance to NINR; and larger scale research projects capable of competing for R21 or R01 levels of support.
Currently Funded P20 Grants:
|P20NR018081||Gardner, Sue E (Contact); Rakel, Barbara||Center for Advancing Multimorbidity Science: Profiling Risk and Symptom Expression to Develop Customized Therapies for Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions (CAMS)||University of Iowa|
|P20NR018075||Melkus, Gail (Contact); Taylor, Jacquelyn Y||Exploratory Center for Precision Health in Diverse Populations||New York University|
|P20NR018072||Stone, Patricia (Contact); Shang, Jingjing||Center for Improving Palliative Care for Vulnerable Adults with MCC (CIPC)||Columbia University Health Sciences|
|P20NR015331||Barton, Debra (Contact)
|Center for Complexity and Self-Management of Chronic Disease (CSCD)||University of Michigan|
|P20NR015320||Guthrie, Barbara||Northeastern Center for Technology in Support of Self Management and Health||Northeastern University|
|P20NR015339||Schiffman, Rachel||Self-Management Science Center at UWM||University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee|
|P20NR016599||Jacelon, Cynthia||UManage Center: UMass Center for Building the Science of Symptom Self-Management||U. Massachusetts Amherst|
|P20NR016605||Starkweather, Angela||Center for Accelerating Precision Pain Self-Management||U. Connecticut|
|P20NR016575||Kelechi, Teresa||The Symptoms Self Management Center||Medical U. South Carolina|
For more information about NINR Centers please visit the NINR Research Centers page.