About the CNRC
The Clinical Neuroscience Research Centre (CNRC) is an independent
research centre dedicated to the study of CNS disorders.
We provide a comprehensive service to the pharmaceutical
industry and clinical research organisations.
The CNRC was opened in September 2001. It moved to its
Dartford offices in December 2002. Director of the CNRC
is Dr. Tonmoy Sharma, a consultant psychiatrist and
one of the leading researchers in Europe in psychosis and
The CNRC conducts high quality studies for the pharmaceutical
industry. These include clinical trials from phase 1 to
IV in all aspects of CNS. Since opening, the Centre has
completed a number of clinical trials and is fast becoming
seen as a centre of excellence for research into all areas
of CNS disorders.
The CNRC provides a variety of important services related
to the diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses. These
services use state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and the latest
Our onsite clinics serve to support local primary health-care
activities and build a patient database. Work with local
carer groups, charities and GPs have established our status
in the community as a leader in clinical trial activity.
We aim to publicise our research goals and results as widely
as possible and provide the public and clinical community
with updated information on current findings, diagnosis
The CNRC plays a major role in disseminating accurate information
and raising public awareness on mental illness
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