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International Directory of Primatology
Create or Revise an Organizational Entry

Programs or organizations with a primary focus on primate research, conservation, education or veterinary care are welcome to create a new entry in the directory.

Create an Entry

To get started on a new entry, just choose the organizational type that best describes your organization. Please pay attention to the keywords in bold when making your choice.

Jacobsen Library reserves the right to determine the appropriateness of a listing for the IDP, and to edit or remove content as necessary. Directory listings are provided for information only. Inclusion of an organization in this directory does not imply endorsement by Jacobsen Library or the WNPRC.

Animal Welfare Agencies
Organizations with services and programs focusing on the care and well-being of captive non-human primates
Conservation Agencies
Organizations focusing on the conservation of non-human primates in the wild
Educational Programs
Organizations offering degrees or training related to non-human primates, including field schools
Foundations
Organizations providing financial support to primate-focused research, education or conservation programs
Information Agencies and Museums
Organizations with primate-focused collections or information services
Primate Centers, Labs and Research Programs
Organizations with primate-focused research programs
Professional Societies, Federations and Groups
Primate-focused professional societies and other organizations, usually at the national or international level
Sanctuaries
Organizations supporting "unwanted" non-human primates or involved primarily in rehabilitation or reintroduction of non-human primate species
Zoological Gardens
Organizations with significant primate collections or primate-focused research programs

Revise an Entry

To edit an existing entry, browse to the directory listing and choose [Edit Entry] from the bottom of the entry. Provide the password when prompted.

If you do not have the entry password, you can request to have the password emailed to the entry contact on the [Edit Entry] page. If you are not the contact on the entry, contact Joseph Kemnitz.