Find out more about current happenings involving NERI’s staff and NERI’s research!
An FDA report on Phase 3 trials highlights to the CRO industry that, although we made rapid and positive advances in improving the clinical trial processes, we should not be lulled into a false sense of security. Yet, NERI's team excels in collaboration and realize our role in the clinical trial process in ensuring scientific integrity.
As a small business, NERI is proud to be a competitive force in the life sciences environment with a strong history of assemble winning teams to succeed way above our weight class.
Two educational websites developed by New England Research Institutes (NERI) were recently honored with Silver Awards in a national competition.
New England Research Institutes and Gosnold on Cape Cod have created a collaborative partnership to advance innovation in addiction health care and conduct research into promising practices.
The Pediatric Heart Network website received the Silver Award of Recognition in the 2016 Communicator Awards from the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts.
The new study found that lifestyle factors appeared to be heavily influenced by socioeconomic factors rather than by race/ethnicity.
New England Research Institutes (NERI) has been awarded a federal research contract from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to complete a study with promising treatment for sickle cell anemia in children that will address gaps in the best possible care.
New England Research Institutes (NERI) is a key partner in a recent $23.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to Boston University that funds the Boston University Clinical and Translational Science Institute.
A new study in the January 2016 issue of Pediatrics says that while making the sleep environment safer was critical to reducing the number of SIDS deaths, SIDS mortality has also followed trends in overall post-neonatal mortality.
An interactive computer game aimed at kids ages 8 -14 that helps dispel misconceptions about medical clinical trials has won honors from three separate organizations. Called The Paper Kingdom, the game was developed by New England Research Institutes (NERI) with a grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI).