Appendix A
International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources Program

PROGRAM

National Academy of Sciences Auditorium April 17-19, 2002

Wednesday, April 17, 2003

8:30 am

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST—Great Hall

 

9:00 am

Welcome and Introduction

Joanne Zurlo, PhD

Director, ILAR

John VandeBerg, PhD

Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research

9:15 am

Primate Priorities— International Perspectives

John P. Hearn

Australian National University

10:00 am

BREAK

 

Session 1:

Conservation and Supply; short presentations and panel discussion by representatives from major countries of origin of NHP

Christian Abee, Chair, DVM

University of South Alabama



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International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources Appendix A International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources Program PROGRAM National Academy of Sciences Auditorium April 17-19, 2002 Wednesday, April 17, 2003 8:30 am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST—Great Hall   9:00 am Welcome and Introduction Joanne Zurlo, PhD Director, ILAR John VandeBerg, PhD Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research 9:15 am Primate Priorities— International Perspectives John P. Hearn Australian National University 10:00 am BREAK   Session 1: Conservation and Supply; short presentations and panel discussion by representatives from major countries of origin of NHP Christian Abee, Chair, DVM University of South Alabama

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International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources 10:30 am Overview of Biomedical and Conservation Research Using Kenyan Nonhuman Primates Jason Mwenda Institute of Primate Research, Kenya 10:45 am Supply and Use of Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research: A South African Perspective Jürgen Seier Medical Research Council, South Africa 11:00 am Title TBA Joko Imung Pamungkas Primate Research Center, Indonesia 11:15 am Use of Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research in India: Current Status and Future Prospects A. Jagannadha Rao Indian Institute of Science 11:30 am Initiatives of Primate Captive Breeding in Nepal Mukesh Kumar Chalise Natural History Society of Nepal 11:45 am Chinese Primate Status and Captive Breeding of Primates for Biomedical Research in China Zhiyong Fan Endangered Species of Wild Fauna & Flora Import & Export Mgmt. Office of China 12:00 noon LUNCH—Great Hall   1:00 pm The Breeding of Naturally Occurring B-Virus Free Cynomolgus Monkeys on the Island of Mauritius Mary Ann Stanley Bioculture, Ltd., Mauritius 1:15 pm Primates for Research in Bolivia Mario J. Baudoin Ministry of Sustainable Development and Planning 1:30 pm The St. Kitts Vervet: An International Resource Frank Ervin McGill University, Canada 1:45 pm PANEL DISCUSSION  

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International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources Session 2: Conservation and Supply; short presentations and panel discussion by representatives of other primate producing countries John Vandenbergh, Chair, PhD North Carolina State University 2:15 pm Nonhuman Primates in Preclinical Research—the European Situation Gerhard Hunsmann German Primate Centre 2:30 pm Providing with Laboratory Primates Researchers and Vaccine Producers in Russian Federation Boris Lapin Institute of Medical Primatology, Russia 2:45 pm BREAK   3:10 pm Nonhuman Primate Resource Needs: A Moving Target Jerry Robinson National Center for Research Resources, NIH Greg Beattie Sierra Biomedical, Charles River Labs 3:50 pm Center for Conservation and Reproduction of Primates— Peruvian Primatology Project Enrique Montoya Peruvian Primatology Project 4:10 pm PANEL DISCUSSION   Session 3: Nutrient Requirements of Nonhuman Primates Committee on Animal Nutrition, Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, NRC 4:40 pm Newly Published Update of Report Duane E. Ullrey, Chair Michigan State University Lynne M. Ausman Tufts University Lawrence L. Rudel Wake Forest University School of Medicine Sherry M. Lewis Bionetics Corporation

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International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources Thursday, April 18, 2003 8:30 am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST—Great Hall   Session 4: Genetics John VandeBerg, PhD, Chair Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research 9:00 am Nonhuman Primates in Genetic Research of Primates —Peruvian Primatology Project on Common Diseases John VandeBerg, PhD 9:30 am Genetic Considerations in Captive Management and Research with Nonhuman Primates Sarah Williams-Blangero Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research 10:00 am Association of Particular MHC Class I Alleles with Control of AIDS Virus Infection Thomas Friedrich Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center 10:30 am BREAK   11:00 am Chinese-origin Rhesus and Cynomolgus Macaques for AIDS-Related Research Marta Marthas California Regional Primate Research Center 11:30 am PANEL DISCUSSION   12:00 noon LUNCH—Great Hall   Session 5: Microbiology Hilton Klein, Chair, VMD Merck Research Laboratories 1:00 pm Microbiologic Problems in Nonhuman Primates Used in Research Gary Baskin Tulane Regional Primate Research Center 1:20 pm United States Nonhuman Primate Import Quarantine Tom DeMarcus Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1:40 pm Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in Nonhuman Primates Sherri Motzel Merck Research Laboratories

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International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources 2:00 pm Specific Pathogen Free Rhesus Macaques Keith Mansfield New England Regional Primate Research Center 2:20 pm PANEL DISCUSSION   2:50 pm BREAK Session 6: Transportation William Morton, VMD, Chair Washington Regional Primate Research Center 3:15 pm An OLAW Perspective Nelson Garnett Office for Laboratory Animal Welfare, NIH 3:30 pm Non-Human Primate Transportation Regulations Jerry DePoyster APHIS/USDA 3:45 pm International Transportation of Nonhuman Primates: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Perspective Michael Kreger U.S. Department of the Interior 4:00 pm Primates—Conservation: Status in the Wild and Transportation William A. Rapley Toronto Zoo Canada 4:15 pm Chinese Macaques—East Meets West C. K. Hsu Shared Enterprises, Inc. 4:30 pm PANEL DISCUSSION   5:30 pm Reception and Banquet with speaker (ticket required) Russell A. Mittermeier Conservation International Friday, April 19, 2003 8:30 am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST—Great Hall   Session 7: Unresolved Issues John VandeBerg, Chair, PhD 9:00 am Panel with Session Chairs to work with audience in defining issues that need detailed study)  

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International Perspectives: The Future of Nonhuman Primate Resources 10:30 am BREAK   11:00 am Conference Summary William Morton, VMD 12:00 noon Workshop Adjourns