BPRC is committed to its role as a scientific resource for the biomedical research community, as shown by their large involvement in EU programs and precompetitive research. The institute serves as an important resource for the biomedical research community and offers a broad range of support, including diagnostic services, consultation and advice, and offering of partnership research opportunities. The broad scientific program of the BPRC combined with extensive veterinary and animal care expertise provides unique possibilities for outside investigators to perform their research using characterized nonhuman primate models. The BPRC welcomes promising collaborative research in various research areas, including infectious disease, immune-related disorders, neuroscience and behavioral research and invites academic and industrial research organizations to contact us at .
Information on research possibilities
- EU Sponsored Transnational Access
- Tuberculosis (TB)
- Emerging Infectious Diseases
- Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Neurodegenerative diseases