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Julia Coleman
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“If Not For Me” Film Selected for Locavore Film Series

We’re proud to announce the film ‘If Not For Me’: Children and Clinical Studies has been chosen to be screened at the Lovacore Film Series: Shorts Program in Arlington, VA on March 13th.

New Publication: “Evaluating the Film ‘If Not For Me’: Children and Clinical Studies”

Check out our newly published paper on the development and evaluation of a documentary-style film educating the general public on children and clinical studies. We found there was a significant increase in knowledge about pediatric clinical research.

NERI Wins Big with Three Communicator Awards

NERI is celebrating recognition of an Award of Excellence and two Awards of Distinction by the 23rd Annual Communicator Awards.

"If Not for Me" Wins 2017 Telly Award

NERI’s Digital Strategies team, in collaboration with Mary Margaret Productions, is pleased to announce that their documentary film ‘If Not for Me’ received the 2017 Bronze Telly Award in the category: TV Series or Segment, Documentary.

NERI's Educational Websites Win W3 Awards

Two educational websites developed by New England Research Institutes (NERI) were recently honored with Silver Awards in a national competition.

NERI’s Interactive Educational Game Wins Big

An interactive computer game aimed at kids ages 8 -14 that helps dispel misconceptions about medical clinical trials has won honors from three separate organizations. Called The Paper Kingdom, the game was developed by New England Research Institutes (NERI) with a grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI).

NERI Develops Video Game To Teach Kids About Clinical Trials

A unique educational video game developed by New England Research Institutes (NERI) is now being downloaded by kids across the country. Called “The Paper Kingdom,” the game is aimed at kids ages 8 -14 and helps dispel myths and misconceptions about medical clinical trials.

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