Brazilian Primatological Society issues statement on current yellow fever outbreak and its impact on primate populations.
O surto de febre amarela no Brazil e seus impactos sobre a população de macacos.
The IPS reaffirms its commitment to international collaboration.
The IPS reaffirms the purpose for which it was established, which as stated in our constitution, is: "to encourage all areas of scientific research involving non-human primates, to facilitate cooperation among scientists of all nationalities engaged in primate research, and to promote the conservation of all primate species."
To achieve these aims on behalf of scientific research, scientific cooperation, and the conservation of primates and their habitats requires international commitment and collaborative endeavours on a global scale.
The IPS is explicit regarding our criteria for membership, which cannot be denied on the grounds of sex, race, ethnic origin, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, or political party.
We welcome everyone who shares our mission to join us.
American Society of Primatologists 2017 Meeting dates announced.
The 40th meeting of the American Society of Primatologists will take place in Washington, DC on August 25-28th, 2017 at the Washington Plaza Hotel.
Registration and lodging information can be found at: https://www.asp.org/meetings/conference.cfm