How BRANY IRB Can Help Your Institution Meet the NIH’s Policy for sIRBs

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Policy on the use of a Single Institutional Review Board of Record (sIRB) for Multi-Site Research establishes the expectation that all sites participating in multi-site studies involving non-exempt human subjects research funded by the NIH will use a sIRB to conduct the required ethical review for the Protection of […]

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Top Four Reasons Your Research Contract May Be Delayed

The process of launching a clinical trial can be daunting for an inexperienced researcher and his or her team. From carefully reviewing a research protocol to navigating the IRB process, the researcher and team must ensure certain steps are followed to comply with federal and state regulations, as well as their own institutions’ policies and […]

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SBER IRB Featured on Centerwatch

Our new social-behavioral research IRB was featured on Centerwatch. Please click on this link to read the article.  Centerwatch SBER IRB Article November 2016

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New Final Common Rule Published

Final revisions to the Common Rule were published January 19, 2017. Our colleagues at HRP Consulting Group have assembled a summary of the changes. Please click here to read them =>  summary of the changes  

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End of year Checklist for Research Professionals

As 2016 winds down we start to look ahead and prepare for the new year. With the elections over, much has been said about what a new administration may mean to pending research legislation, the regulatory landscape, or research funding. Even without a crystal ball, there are several things that a research professional can do […]

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BRANY Announces Launch of a new IRB Focusing on Social, Behavioral and Educational Research

Focused IRB offers specific expertise in social and behavioral sciences, including: Qualitative Research Nursing Research (Magnet Designated) Quality of Life Research Evidence based research  (Lake Success, NY) — BRANY announced today the launch of a new IRB focusing on social, behavioral and educational research (SBER). “The aim of BRANY’s SBER IRB is to offer social, […]

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Feds Announce Requirements Aimed at Providing more information about clinical trials to the public

Feds Announce Requirements Aimed at Providing more information about clinical trials to the public The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently announced a final rule, which outlines new requirements for registering and recording certain clinical trials on its ClinicalTrials.gov website. At the same time, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued a […]

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FOCUS: Kris Michael Mahadeo, MD

Pediatric hematologist-oncologist Kris Michael Mahadeo, MD., has been with Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) in New York for two years. He was previously at University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles.  Like many other specialists in pediatric cancer, he credits the low mortality rate among children with cancer […]

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Congratulations to our Top Ten Clinical Trial Enrollers

BRANY recently completed an analysis to assess how principal investigators are enrolling in active clinical trials. The ten investigators listed below, along with their research teams, consistently enrolled subjects in their ongoing clinical trials, hitting their recruitment goal at an average of 70 percent or higher.  We were impressed with these statistics and wanted to […]

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