CTNI is part of the MGH Psychiatry Department, one of the leading academic research programs in the world - with more than $35 million in research programs last year alone.
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A Well Respected Team of Researchers and Clinicians
Because our clinical researchers are also active and skilled clinicians, industry sponsors who work with the MGH Psychiatry CTNI benefit from our unique perspective and track record of performing cutting edge clinical research, with direct relevance to improving patient care.
The strength of the MGH Psychiatry CTNI lies in the experience and the breadth of expertise of our accomplished staff. Their skills, integrity, and steadfast commitment to advancing the field bring results, and inspire confidence and trust. Industry sponsors who partner with us to achieve their goals know they are placing their trials in the best hands. They count on our research team to excel.
Positioned at the very forefront of clinical trial research, our expert research team utilizes the most effective methods available to create trials that answer critical questions and generate essential data. To ensure success, they anticipate possible problems and design trials that withstand unexpected pressures and demands.
The MGH Psychiatry CTNI researchers and clinicians are skilled in the latest methods of analyzing and interpreting complex data. They understand the intricate data management processes required for the most challenging research studies.
With the MGH Psychiatry CTNI, sponsors work with researchers who are recognized as world leaders in many areas of psychiatric research, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, women's mental health, schizophrenia, geriatrics/ Alzheimer's, phamacogenetics, neuroimaging, and pediatric psychopharmacology.
MGH psychiatrists are currently serving as principal investigators or site investigators on over 50 industry sponsored clinical trials across the spectrum. They have taken on leadership roles in many of today's most significant multicenter trials.
With over 600 MD and PhD level staff, the MGH Psychiatry Department is also a well-established leader in education, with a resource of over 35,000 members around the world who turn to the MGH CTNI to meet their educational needs.
Biostatistics support is provided by the MGH Biostatistics Center
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