*  Deborah Fouts - Wikipedia
... see Animal Testing). They were active as well in promoting basic rights for Great Apes, as founding members of, and signatory ... movement to provide for chimpanzees used in and retired from the Air Force Space program and other biomedical research ( ... In P. Dolhinow & A. Fuentes (Eds.) The nonhuman primates. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Co., 252-256. Fouts, D. H. & ... efforts to improve the living conditions and treatment of chimpanzees in captivity by developing and promoting humane care ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deborah_Fouts
*  FASEB Opposes Great Ape Protection Act
Unfortunately, if the Great Ape Protection Act is passed, it could halt a number of ongoing biomedical research studies, ... removal of the animal from its social group or taking tissue samples, including blood, outside of necessary veterinary care. ... particularly nonhuman primates. The Great Ape Protection Act has been referred to the House Energy and Commerce Committee, ... The Great Ape Protection Act has a broad definition of "invasive research," including "any research that may cause death, ...
  http://www.asbmb.org/asbmbtoday/asbmbtoday_article.aspx?id=4932&ekfxmen_noscript=1&ekfxmensel=e51b41e94_434_436
*  Chimp Haven - Wikipedia
Classrooms that Care, and Chimp Chat & Chew. The sanctuary also hosts veterinary, behavioral, animal care and organizational ... "Chimpanzees in Research". www.nap.edu. Retrieved 2016-04-18. "Overview of Great Apes under the Chimpanzee Health Improvement, ... "ORIP Home > Research Funding > Nonhuman Primates > Chimpanzee Management Program , DPCPSI". dpcpsi.nih.gov. Retrieved 2016-04- ... In the spring of 2016, Chimp Haven is slated to receive 19 government-owned chimpanzees from Texas Biomedical Research ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chimp_Haven
*  Sign the Petition! Model Ordinance for Great Apes | Animal Legal Defense Fund
... the Animal Legal Defense Fund has been fighting to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal ... Regular veterinary care and a healthy diet must be provided.. Nearly 1,000 chimpanzees languish in biomedical testing ... The only federal law that protects great apes is the Animal Welfare Act, which provides primates with minimal and often ... even though it has been established by the Institute of Medicine that they are ineffective models for research. More apes are ...
  http://aldf.org/cases-campaigns/petitions/sign-the-petition-model-ordinance-for-great-apes/
*  Chimpanzees and Aging Research | Science Papers | Release & Restitution for Chimpanzees
This compassionate research could also provide valuable data about how to care for Chimpanzee Elders in the future; the ... the Laboratory for Experimental Medicine and Surgery in Primates and Yerkes National Primate Research Center) and is currently ... 2004) Psychiatric treatment for great apes? Science. 306(5704): 2039.. (14) Bradshaw, G.A., Capaldo, T., Lindner, L. and Grow, ... making specific inferences about human brain aging from [animal] model organisms may be difficult." (p. 1659) ...
  http://releasechimps.org/resources/publication/bad-medicine
*  Olfactomedin-like 2 A and ╬ĺ (OLFML2A and OLFML2B) expression profile in primates (human and baboon)
Animal Care and Use Committee of the Texas Institute of Bio-medical Research (TIBR). The baboon (Papio hama-dryas) colony is ... The phylogenetic relationship between NWM, OWM and apes OLFML2A proteins was determined to evaluate their evolution in primates ... Animal Care and Use Committee of the Texas Institute of Biomedical Research (TIBR). ... This may be due to differences in the animal model studied; the tissues, and also the RNA transcripts found in mouse were not ...
  http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0716-97602016000100044&lng=pt&nrm=iso&tlng=en
*  Research on chimpanzees: Should retired government chimps go to sanctuaries or stay in labs?
In 1974, it established a committee to secure "long-term supplies of nonhuman primates for biomedical research." The main ... But 230 university-owned research chimps-apes not owned by the federal government-remain on the premises. And Joe Simmons, the ... Most early lab animals came from the booming animal import business. Primates and other creatures streamed into New York City, ... The NIH has spent, on average, about $12 million a year on chimp care. And without that money, and the chimps, lab ...
  http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2014/09/research_on_chimpanzees_should_retired_government_chimps_go_to_sanctuaries.3.html
*  NEAVS Publications
Great Apes and Humans: April 2001 *Housing, Care & Psychological Well-being of Captive & Laboratory Primates May 1989 ... Jane Goodall and world animal protection community: August 2005 *End of a Dark Era? NIH to Retire Most Research Chimps July ... Chimpanzee Research: An Examination of Its Contribution to Biomedical Knowledge and Efficacy October 2007 ... HIV: A Summary of NIH-Funded Research April 2012 *House Co-Sponsors of the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act (H.R.1513) ...
  http://www.releasechimps.org/resources/publications
*  Oregon National Primate Research Center - Wikipedia
The primates are used in pure and applied biomedical research into fertility control, early embryo development, obesity, brain ... As required by the Animal Welfare Act, the center also maintains an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee; each IACUC ... They suffer terribly from being kept in isolation from others of their kind because monkeys and apes are extremely social, and ... Animal rights groups have conducted two undercover investigations into living conditions for the primates at the center. In ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon_National_Primate_Research_Center
*  AVMA Animal Welfare Division Director's Testimony on the Captive Primate Safety Act
TESTIMONY OF Gail Golab, PhD, DVMDirector, Animal Welfare DivisionAmerican Veterinary Medical Association ConcerningCaptive ... The AVMA fully supports animal health professionals who work with nonhuman primates in conservation and biomedical research ... Given good care and proper nutrition, nonhuman primates have long lifespans. Twenty-five to 30 years is not unusual for smaller ... This bipartisan bill amends the Lacey Act to prohibit transporting monkeys, great apes, lemurs, and other nonhuman primates ...
  https://www.avma.org/News/PressRoom/Pages/Testimony-golab-080311.aspx?PF=1
*  OUR HUMANS - NAPSA | Primate Sanctuaries Advocate
... leading primate sanctuaries on the continent whose members care for over 700 nonhuman primates retired from laboratory research ... Patti set out to establish a long-term care program that would provide a permanent home for great apes who would not have a ... In 2004, she began working as a caregiver at the sanctuary, and since that time she has served as Animal Care and Staff ... Within days of arriving, Gloria decided that she would build Canada's first sanctuary for chimpanzees from biomedical research. ...
  http://primatesanctuaries.org/about/our-humans/
*  Animal testing on non-human primates - Wikipedia
"A unique biomedical resource at risk," Nature 437:30-32. Animal rights: Chimpanzee research on trial Chimpanzees in Biomedical ... No licenses for research on great apes have been issued in the UK since 1998. The Boyd Group, a British group comprising animal ... CNN reported that a post-doctoral veterinarian at Columbia University complained to the university's Institutional Animal Care ... of all primates used in research in the UK, and 63% of all federally funded research grants for projects using primates in the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_testing_on_non-human_primates
*  Monkey lab in hot water | The Scientist Magazine┬«
The facility houses more than 6,000 primates, including rhesus m ... New Iberia Research Center,;http://nirc.louisiana.edu/index. ... US is drawing fire after an investigation by the Humane Society of the United States produced video footage of alleged animal ... Animal Welfare Act,;http://www.nal.usda.gov/awic/legislat/awa.htm which sets forth standards of care for animals used in ... Even scientists who participate in biomedical research should realize that by now. \n\nYou scientists are highly educated ...
  https://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/27206/title/Monkey-lab-in-hot-water/flagPost/44788/
*  Health Monitoring | Springer for Research & Development
Especially in the populations that are habituated for tourism or research purposes, the... ... The great apes face many threats to their continued existence in the wild, and one of these threats is disease. ... Especially in the populations that are habituated for tourism or research purposes, the great apes are faced with a high risk ... Niilo L (1980) Clostridium perfringens in animal diseases: a review of current knowledge. Can Vet J 21:141-148PubMedGoogle ...
  https://rd.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-4-431-53921-6_37
*  primate facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about primate
Make research projects and school reports about primate easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and ... Primates Animal Sciences COPYRIGHT 2002 The Gale Group Inc.. Primates. Primates are one group (order) of mammals that evolved ... and apes. Primates are well studied, to a large extent because people are primates. (Humans are apes, within the superfamily ... PRIMATES. Nonhuman primates provide valuable experimental models for many aspects of aging research. These include diseases of ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/plants-and-animals/animals/vertebrate-zoology/primate
*  Trans-species psychology - Wikipedia
... and was a research subject in four biomedical research laboratories for the majority of her life. She arrived into a sanctuary ... a Specific Group of Apes. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, (10)1 Borchers, J.G., & Bradshaw, G.A. (2008). How green ... "The trans-species psyche views both animal and human psyches as subjects of psychology's commitment to healing and care. It ... As with humans who suffer from this condition, non-human primates have been documented to experience chronic affective ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-species_psychology
*  Animals and Pets Archives | Page 7 of 8 | CLN : Conscious Life News
The new research challenges the traditional belief that apes cannot remember events that have taken place more than 72 hours ... The top five most popular animals used in research are a far cry from intelligent primates or canines. ... When most people picture biomedical research performed with animals, they think of horror movie scenes featuring frantic ... CLN RADIO - NEW EPISODE! - The Wonders of Animal Communication with Maureen Harmonay. Posted by clnews on July 3, 2013 in ...
  http://consciouslifenews.com/category/conscious-living/animals-pets-wildlife/page/7/
*  Steve Stewart-Williams - Wikiquote
The ad featured a photograph of a group of animal rights protestors under the caption: 'Thanks to animal research, they'll be ... The Ape that Kicked the Hornet's Nest (2013)[edit]. Stewart-Williams, S., & Thomas, A. G. (2013). The ape that kicked the ... The cross-cultural record also suggests that humans are also the kind of animal that commonly provides biparental care for its ... Several years ago, the Foundation for Biomedical Research ran an ad campaign in support of medical experimentation on nonhuman ...
  https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Steve_Stewart-Williams
*  ASP - Conference Schedule
Research Methods. A Review and Evaluation of Personality Studies in Non-Human Primates. H. D. Freeman, S. D. Gosling[93] ... Session 2: Endocrine\Biomedical (Regency East #2) 09:30 AM. FUNCTIONAL IMAGING OF SOCIAL BONDING IN TITI MONKEYS (Callicebus ... ANIMAL-OPERATED FOLDABLE PERCH USAGE IN RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta). C. Kenney, G. Ruppenthal, M. Novak, S. Suomi[63] ... Mating System and Costs of Infant Care across Neotropical Primate Taxa: A Bioenergetic Perspective. N. P. Rao[2] ...
  https://www.asp.org/meetings/conferenceschedule.cfm?year=2006&expand=true&day=42
*  Laboratory Primate Newsletter, Volume 41, Number 3
Animal Practitioners in co-sponsoring a workshop entitled, Emerging Uses of Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research. It will ... Animal Care/Lab Tech - Stanford. An animal care/lab technician is sought for a neurophysiology lab that investigates the neural ... All Apes Great and Small. Volume 1: African Apes. B. M. F. Galdikas, N. E. Briggs, L. K. Sheeran, G. L. Shapiro, & J. Goodall ( ... or biomedical research setting; a clear understanding of the Animal Welfare Act of 1984 and PHS policies related to research ...
  http://www.brown.edu/Research/Primate/lpn41-3.html
*  NIH Moves to Retire Most Chimps Used in Research | Primate Rescue Center | Kentucky, USA
... is a nonprofit sanctuary that provides lifetime care to more than 50 monkeys and apes, including 11 chimpanzees. ... Shutterstock Bans All Images of Primates Dressed as Humans. *New Species of Orangutan is Rarest Great Ape on Earth ... Kathleen Conlee, vice president for animal research of the Humane Society of the United States, said: "We are very pleased with ... The report recommends canceling six of nine current biomedical research projects that involve immunology and infectious agents ...
  http://www.primaterescue.org/understanding-the-issues/in-the-news/nih-moves-to-retire-most-chimps-used-in-research
*  Detailed Discussion of Texas Great Ape Laws | Animal Legal & Historical Center
... medical and research facilities, suppliers of nonhuman primates to biomedical research facilities, and participants in an AZA ... care, or shelter, or cruelly confined)[73] by any employee or agent of the research facility[74] may seize the animal(s) ... B. Possession of Great Apes for Biomedical Research Pursuant to Texas's Dangerous Wild Animal Act (DWA), individuals and ... Bastrop 2.01.001, 2.06.006: Great Apes are prohibited animals. It is illegal for any animal exhibition to induce any ape to ...
  https://www.animallaw.info/article/detailed-discussion-texas-great-ape-laws
*  Possible progress in medicine - Marginal REVOLUTION
why are you economists and tech types (slashdot crosspost) always so credulous about biomedical research ?. For a moment, just ... Since the initial outbreak in Reston, Virginia, it has since been found in non-human primates in Pennsylvania, Texas and Sienna ... If the disease I'm targeting has a 1/1000 chance of fatality I don't care about a rarer side effect. ... You haven't seen the latest Planet of the Apes movie have you? ... or had unusual toxicities that were not revealed in the animal ...
  http://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2011/08/possible-progress-in-medicine.html
*  Primatology - Wikipedia
... biomedical research facilities, museums and zoos. Primatologists study both living and extinct primates in their natural ... The focus is on studying the common links between humans and primates. It is believed that by understanding our closest animal ... In her studies, she focuses on the need for females to win from males parental care for their offspring. Linda Fedigan views ... The STS approach to primatology and sociobiology stretches beyond studying the apes, into the realm of observing the people ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primatology
*  What makes the deadliest form of malaria specific to people? - Healthcanal.com : Healthcanal.com
"This research will strengthen eradication strategies by ruling out great apes as possible reservoirs of human infection by P. ... We support the brightest minds in biomedical research and the medical humanities. Our breadth of support includes public ... Palliative Care*Pregnancy and Childbirth*Breast Feeding. *Sexual Health*Skin, Hair and Nails*Sports Medicine*Surgery and ... The Wellcome Trust is a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human and animal ...
  https://www.healthcanal.com/infections/45442-what-makes-the-deadliest-form-of-malaria-specific-to-people.html