In February, the American Journal of Primatology (AJP) published a Special Issue entitled, “Marmosets as a Translational Model for Aging Studies.” The Special Issue contains a comprehensive set of studies that provides crucial new information to help guide the further development of this animal model of aging. It also emphasizes the value and necessity of … Continue reading 8 Reasons Marmosets are Good Translational Models for Aging
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Of White Papers And Commentators: The Use Of Nonhuman Primates In Research
Two weeks ago, nine scientific societies, including the American Physiological Society, the Society for Neuroscience, and the American Academy for Neurology, published a white paper entitled "The critical role of nonhuman primates in medical research". The paper, which notes how nonhuman primates are critical to all stages of research, provides a huge number of examples … Continue reading Of White Papers And Commentators: The Use Of Nonhuman Primates In Research
Who’s Afraid to Talk about Animal Research?
The first post in a series that highlights different approaches to science outreach and education, particularly those focused on research with nonhuman animals.