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2.19 - Summer Undergraduate Research Programs

The OUHSC Graduate College hosts several summer undergraduate research programs (SURPs) aimed at preparing and encouraging undergraduate students to pursue careers in biomedical research or health related sciences. These 9-week programs are designed to offer outstanding undergraduate students intensive, hands-on research opportunities in the laboratories of select OUHSC biomedical faculty mentors. These programs introduce students to the rigorous academic preparation required for biomedical research careers. A stipend is provided. The programs currently housed on the OUHSC campus are:

  • The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)
  • The Native American Research Center for Health (NARCH) Student Development Program
  • The IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Summer Research Program
  • The Cancer Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE)
  • The Cancer Research Immersion Summer Program (CRISP)
  • Diversity in Cancer Research Summer Program (DiCR)

Detailed information on each program and application deadlines are found on the Graduate College website at Summer Undergraduate Research.

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