Federally Funded Primate Research
National Center of Research
- NCRR Homepage
Information about National Center of Research Resources at the National
Institutes of Health (NIH) with an emphasis on primatology.
- NCRR Divisions
Access to the four major divisions of the National Center of
Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Primate Research Centers (NPRC)
Information about the eight National Primate Centers funded by the National
Center of Research Resources (NCRR) including contact information, research
programs and research services.
- Other Primate
Research Centers (OPRC)
Information about other primate centers funded by the National Center of
Research Resources (NCRR) including contact information, research programs
and research services.
- Searching for
Primate Resources Within Government Agencies
Do a Google search of all U.S. government websites for resoruces related
to nonhuman primates. Users are able to preselect search topics or
run a custom search of their choice.
- CRISP Search
Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects (CRISP) is a searchable
database of federally funded biomedical research projects conducted
at universities, hospitals, and other research institutions. In order to
access the CRISP search engine you must use one of the following browsers
(beta or later).
Health Information Index
The NIH Health Information Index provides links to NIH-funded agencies organized
by health-related topics.
PrimateLit is a bibliographic database which provides access to the scientific
literature on nonhuman primates from 1940 to present.
- WDP Search
The World Directory of Primatologists (WDP) is a database providing contact
information for people in the field of primatology.
- IDP Search
The International Directory of Primatology (IDP) provides a convenient Internet
source of information about organizations, field studies, population
management, information resources and people active in the field of