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Director: Christian R. Abee, D.V.M.
Mission: To improve the reproduction of the squirrel monkey and owl monkeys in captivity, by focused research efforts on areas which show the most promise for improving reproductive efficiency and adding to the foundation of knowledge on the basic biology of this genus. The results of these studies are used to develop new and better breeding colony management strategies and to better define these Neotropical primates as a biomedical research models. Additionally, the laboratory provides animals, tissues and biological fluids from squirrel and owl monkeys as a biomedical resource.
Principal Research Programs: Reproductive biology; Reproductive behavior; Cytogenetics and biochemical markers; Primate veterinarian medicine; Animal well-being
Training Opportunities: Educational opportunities available for: Undergraduate, Graduate; Field work opportunities not available; Program emphasis: Reproductive biology; Reproductive behavior; Veterinary medicine; Animal well-being; Colony demographics and management; Financial support occasionally available
Number of Staff: 16
Last Updated: 2010-04-27
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