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How Researchers are Protecting Non-Human Primates from Measles Outbreak

It may surprise people to learn that the measles not only affects humans: it also poses a threat to non-human primates. There are many non-human primates currently living in the country for research, rehabilitation, and conservation purposes. With over 4000 monkeys here at the California National Primate Research Center [...]

2019-06-06T17:42:07+00:00May 7th, 2019|Tags: , , , |

It Takes a Village to Tackle Zika

By Paul Luciw and Koen Van Rompay Emerging infectious pathogens present opportunities for nonhuman primate model building, transmission and pathogenesis research, and development of interventions by drawing on the expertise of several investigators at the California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) and collaborating affiliate scientists.  Importantly, the previous multi-disciplinary [...]

Understanding Zika Virus with Nonhuman Primates

Developing a strategy to prevent and treat Zika virus Research is beginning next week at the California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) at UC Davis to understand Zika virus. Leading the efforts are Drs. Koen Van Rompay, Eliza Bliss-Moreau, Paul Luciw and John H. Morrison at the CNPRC, and Dr. [...]

Influenza Vaccine: Dramatic Increase in Protection of Aged Animals

The flu season can be deadly for thousands of elderly people each year. There is a critical public health need to improve the effectiveness of influenza vaccines. Seminal research results were recently released by Drs. Chris Miller, DVM, PhD, CNPRC Core Scientist, and Tim Carroll, PhD, Post-doctoral scholar at the [...]

2017-08-30T23:07:10+00:00November 5th, 2013|Tags: , , , |