Nonhuman Primate Research Consortium

The goal of the Nonhuman Primate Research Consortium (NHPRC) is to strengthen communications, leverage system-wide resources, and facilitate sharing of information and best practices across institutions.  Established in partnership with the National Institute of Health (NIH), the Consortium consists of working groups in the areas of genetics, training, colony management, DNA banking, pathology and behavioral management.

Participating Groups

  • California National Primate Research Center
  • New England National Primate Research Center
  • Oregon National Primate Research Center
  • Southwest National Primate Research Center
  • Tulane National Primate Research Center
  • Washington National Primate Research Center
  • Wisconsin National Primate Research Center
  • Yerkes National Primate Research Center
  • Caribbean Primate Research Center
  • MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Wake Forest University Primate Center
  • National Institute of Health

Funding

Consortium activities are supported through funding provided by the NIGMS and contributions from participating organizations.

Related links

BIRN is supported by NIH grants 1U24-RR025736, U24-RR021992, U24-RR021760 and by the Collaborative Tools Support Network Award 1U24-RR026057-01.