Protocol Builder Launches Individual License Option

Cloud-based solution allows investigators to simplify the development of clinical research protocols

(Lake Success, NY) — Protocol Builder, the cloud-based solution for investigator-initiated clinical trials, is now available to individual researchers, including medical residents and fellows, according to the Biomedical Research Alliance of New York (BRANY), the developer of the system.


“Residents and fellows are often challenged with developing research protocols that meet IRB and regulatory requirements,” says Raffaella Hart, Vice President, IRB and IBC Services. “Protocol Builder provides an easy-to-navigate solution that guides individuals writing research protocols through an intelligent step-by-step process, saving time and effort.”


The tool, originally developed as an enterprise solution, provides simple instructions and relevant tips developed by experts. A built-in Resource Center allows investigators to access protocol samples as well as links to important educational and regulatory information. Users can also download commonly used forms.

With a cloud-based solution, collaboration is easy. Investigators can invite others to review and add comments directly to the appropriate sections.

About Protocol Builder

Protocol Builder is a cloud based application available for both iPad and desktop offering a robust set of time saving features that help simplify the complexities of protocol development.

For institutional licenses, Protocol Builder can be customized to work with an institution’s clinical research protocol templates and can be integrated into electronic IRB and CTMS systems.

Protocol Builder is powered by BRANY (Biomedical Research Alliance of NY), a national organization providing clinical research support solutions such as IRB review, trial contracting/budgeting, auditing and monitoring to hospitals, academic medical centers

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