Protocol Development

Protocol Development

Our team of protocol developers will help prepare animal and human research studies by providing technical, administrative and scientific support for the development and preparation of ethically compliant research protocols. The developers will also serve as liaisons between investigators and other research staff and associates, help write animal or human use proposal sections, provide education and training on protocol development, and assist with regulatory compliance and reporting post-award.
 

Emily Brede, Ph.D., RN
Lead Protocol Developer

Emily Brede, Ph.D., RN, is a research psychologist and registered nurse with over 10 years of research experience. She has developed and coordinated research protocols in both military and civilian medicine, including for the Integrative Cardiac Health Project and the Center for Nursing Science and Clinical Inquiry at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, and the Uniformed Services University’s Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology. 

Dr. Brede has experience with a variety of research designs, including randomized controlled trials, FDA Phase 1 and Phase 2 trials, ecological momentary assessment, prospective longitudinal cohort studies, multi-center studies, and meta-analysis. She currently serves as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Pain, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Pain Practice.

Learn more about how to use ESP Services.

Contact us at 240-694-4001 or espservices@hjf.org to find out how HJF can help you with your research needs.

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