Laura Donohue has joined Biomedical Research Alliance of New York (BRANY), a national organization providing support services to sponsors and investigators involved in research, as IRB supervisor. She will work with BRANY’s central, AAHRPP-accredited IRB.
“Laura’s extensive experience as a research coordinator at one of our founding institutions provides her with insights that will be invaluable to our other clients,” said Raffaella Hart, vice president, IRB and IBC Services.
Donohue comes to BRANY from Northwell Health, formerly North Shore-Long Island Jewish, where she was a senior research coordinator for the last eight years. In her role there she provided training to new research coordinators, as well coordinating clinical trials in rheumatology.
With a network of more than 200 site affiliates, BRANY is able to offer its partners a turnkey solution for expedited site identification and study startup.
BRANY was founded in 1998 by nationally-ranked academic medical centers, which today includes: NYU School of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System.