EUPRIM will propose a course on general primate behavior, husbandry and training of laboratory primates for scientists, veterinarians and students, at the German Primate Center in Göttingen, Germany, on November 18-21, 2013.
It will cover general and practise related primatological topics on:
- Behavioural characteristics of macaques & new aspects of husbandry
- Vocal and olfactory communication in Primates
- Nutritional needs and improvements in food supply
- Problem solving in primate husbandry: The use of Training in animal care programmes
- Environmental enrichment & animal-human relationship
- Reproductive strategies and sexual signals in Primates
- Presentation of the macaque husbandry facilities at the German Primate CenterConfirmed speakers: Jessica Rothmann (Hunter College, City University Of New York), Sabrina Brando (Animal Concepts), Julia Ostner, Oliver Schülke (Courant Center, Univ. Göttingen), Julia Fischer, Antje Engelhardt & Eckhard W. Heymann (DPZ,) a.o.
As in former courses we will be a small group comprising a maximum of 35 people. You will find ample opportunities for questions during the sessions and time for discussions during the session breaks as well as during the social events (e.g. guided city tour, convivial evenings).
At the end of the course an optional test with questions on the respective course contents will be provided to certify your successful participation.
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Bastrop,
The Westin La Cantera Hill Country, San Antonio, TX
2014 EPV - EUPRIMNET II Joint Meeting
It was a great opportunity for all attendees to meet each other, and to share their experience during a convivial and friendly meeting in the nice city of Sevilla.
Thank you to all the attendees for participating!
The 6th International Symposium on Primate Research will be held at the Yunnan Key Laboratory of Primate Biomedical Research (LPBR), Kunming, Yunnan, China.
For more information about this symposium and its full program, please visit their website http://www.lpbr.cn/Symposium/index.html
or contact them at : email@example.com
The next Rus-LASA – ICLAS International Conference
“Science-based assessment of laboratory animal welfare” will be held on November 17-19, 2014 in Original Sokos Hotel Olympia Garden, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Early bird registration deadline - 1st July 2014
Abstract submission deadline - 15th September 2014
More information and preliminary programme on : http://onlinereg.ru/Rus-LASA
As part of EUPRIMNET - Network activities, the German Primate Center (DPZ) of Goettingen will organise a seminar about In Vivo Imaging in Non Human Primates, next June 29-30, 2015.
The full programm of this event will be available on line soon.
More information :
This year’s NC3Rs Primate Welfare Meeting will be held back in the UK on 9 October 2015.
This 10-year anniversary meeting will cover a variety of topics on the use and care of nun-human primates, including training animals for cooperation with procedures, new techniques for welfare assessment, minimising data variability, and resources for staff training and information exchange.
More information about the full programme and registration on :
What are the evolutionary roots of humankind’s cognitive abilities, language and social systems? What are the unique cognitive and cultural processes that distinguish humans from their nearest primate relatives? What are the mental mechanisms underlying non-human primate emotions and social behaviours? How, why and in what way nonhuman primates’ communication – gestures, vocalizations and facial expressions – differs from human language?
The “Cognition in Primates” Neurex meeting proposes to focus on current research in behaviour, cognition and neurosciences in both apes and monkeys.
More information : http://www.neurex.org/event/meeting-cognition-of-primates
More information, preliminary program and registration on http://www.euprim-net.eu/network/courses
The 6th European Federation for Primatology Meeting will take place in Rome (Italy) from 25th to 28th August 2015.
The conference will be organized by the Science Department of Roma Tre University, in association with the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies (National Research Council, Rome) and the Italian Primatological Association.
The 6th European Federation for Primatology meeting aims at sharing knowledge about primates, by addressing a broad range of topics, ranging from conservation biology, cognition and behavioural ecology to physiology, functional morphology and molecular biology.
More information on : http://host.uniroma3.it/eventi/EFP2015/index.html
Thème : "Quand les Primates communiquent" / "When Primates communicate"
More information, programme, registration information on : http://www-sfdp.u-strasbg.fr/colloques/index.html
The annual APV workshop will be held Wednesday, October 28, 2015 through Saturday, October 31, 2015 in Phoenix, AZ.
More information will be available in the coming months.
More information on : http://www.primatevets.org/workshop
The tenth NC3Rs Primate Welfare Meeting will take place on Friday 9 October 2015 in central London. This 10-year anniversary meeting will cover a variety of topics on the use and care of nun-human primates, including training animals for cooperation with procedures, new techniques for welfare assessment, minimising data variability, and resources for staff training and information exchange.
The excellent programme will be chaired by Professor Sir Patrick Bateson FRS, and covers the latest research findings in primate welfare in neuroscience, infectious disease, toxicology and other disciplines.
Poster submission deadline : September, 8.
More information on :
The 2016 APV workshop will be held Wednesday, October 26 through Saturday, October 29, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
More information on https://www.primatevets.org/workshop