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Central Neurology Review is a specialized independent IRB and scientific review committee (SRC). Powered by Schulman IRB in alliance with the National Biomedical Research Ethics Council (NBREC), CNR helps research institutions and biopharma and device companies navigate the latest developments in neurology research and human subject protections.

Experienced IRB
Our board includes distinguished scientists and industry leaders who have experience conducting neurology research and understand the latest techniques, methodologies, and discoveries. 
Pioneering Partner
By combining the robust expertise of a local IRB, the collaborative capabilities of a central IRB, and the leading minds in neurology research, we deliver independent, objective, and authoritative review services.
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Objective SRC
A non-conflicted committee of experts helps improve study protocols by reviewing, analyzing, and validating complex study designs, ultimately delivering objective research intelligence to reduce costly amendments and speed study completion.

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Central Neurology Review was created specifically to meet the needs of the neurology research community. Through their relationships with experienced key opinion leaders, Schulman IRB and NBREC engage with biopharma and device companies, institutions, non-profits, and federal agencies to pave a more direct pathway to new neurological disease interventions.

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Central  Neurology Review is powered by Schulman IRB, the industry-leading  independent IRB in customer service and technology. CNR builds upon Schulman’s decades of central review experience and  sterling reputation to provide unparalleled service and support to  organizations working toward a deeper understanding of neurologic  conditions and their prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.

Established in 2012 as a Nevada-based 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, the National Biomedical Research Ethics Council (NBREC) is committed to the goals of assuring individual research volunteer safety through the expanded use of single ethics committees, expanding international awareness for research ethics, and improving population public health efforts allied with disease surveillance and control. 

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