University of Wisconsin–Madison

Outreach

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Visits to the WNPRC

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Public outreach activities at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center include hosting school visits, providing guest speakers and participating in state and national science outreach festivals.

The Wisconsin National Primate Research Center welcomes visitors to its Marmoset Learning Lobby 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Please contact UW-Madison Campus and Visitor Relations to schedule your visit to the Primate Center and other UW-Madison venues.

Primate Center lobby with Marmoset displayTo learn more about our research and animal care, you may also email Jordana Lenon or call 608-263-7024.

Our lobby entrance is located in the middle of Capitol Court, three blocks south of the Discovery Building and Union South, both on Orchard St., and one block south of the Geology Museum on Charter St.

We also conduct outreach through programs at the Biotechnology Center and Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center.andres-mejia

Thanks to an increasing group of dedicated scientists, staff members and students, our outreach activities have reached more than 40,000 individuals from Wisconsin and beyond in the past five years. Thank you to our many diverse audiences –we appreciate your interest!

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For Patients:

For the latest advances in clinical trials and therapies, please talk to your doctor.

You can also contact a patient advocacy group or visit any of the following websites for more information on clinical research before talking to your doctor:

  • UW Health Research: Information on ongoing clinical trials at UW-Madison.
  • CenterWatch: Thousands of industry-sponsored clinical trials are actively recruiting patients. You can search for clinical trials by medical condition, therapeutic area and location.
  • ClinicalTrials.gov: a service of the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

How to search clinicaltrials.gov:

Step 1: Enter a search term in the main search field, such as the name of a disease, disorder or injury (e.g., Parkinson’s, heart disease, diabetes, HIV, osteoarthritis, lymphoma, spinal cord injury)

Step 2: Click the box “Include only open studies” if you would like to see trials that are accepting volunteers,

Step 3: Click the blue “On a Map” tab above and to the right of the open studies tab.

Step 4: Click United States on the map (or country of your choice).

Step 5: Click Wisconsin on the map. (Or state of your choice).