HRPs Conulting Group joining BRANY
HRP Consulting Group, Inc. (“HRP”) will be joining BRANY (Biomedical Research Alliance of New York, LLC (“BRANY”) as a separate division of the company, both companies announced today. The partnership will provide a platform to support the growth of HRP as it continues to respond to the needs of its public and private clients in human subject protections and compliance needs. HRP will operate as its own division within BRANY enabling HRP to maintain its culture and identity as one of the leading advisory groups in the research industry.
“We are excited about this new relationship and the benefits it will bring to the HRP team and our clients,” said Cheryl Savini, senior vice president and managing director of HRP Consulting Group. “We will continue to operate HRP with the same client focused philosophy, putting our clients’ needs first.”
“BRANY shares HRP’s commitment to excellence in human subject protection and research compliance. We are proud to have HRP and its thought leaders as part of the BRANY family,” said Kimberly Irvine.
“Our relationship with BRANY will allow us to maintain our approach in helping our clients achieve excellence in their human subject protection and research ethics and compliance programs,” added Jeff Cohen, senior advisor, HRP Consulting Group.
The Biomedical Research Alliance of New York (BRANY) is a national organization that provides support services to sponsors and investigators involved in research in a wide variety of therapeutic areas, medical devices, biologic, and diagnostic trials. Staffed by multi-disciplinary experts, with a robust network of more than 200 academic based investigators, BRANY is able to offer its partners a turnkey solution for expedited site identification and 60-day study start-up. More information at www.brany.com.
HRP Consulting Group
HRP Consulting Group (HRP) was founded in 2005 as a consulting firm focused solely on human research protections and has since evolved; now additionally providing a broad array of consulting services to support organizations with their research ethics and compliance efforts. HRP Consulting Group is committed to providing expert advice to institutions seeking to develop or improve their research programs. More information at www.thehrpconsultinggroup.com.
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