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We would never put those into dogs if they weren't developed for humans," Dr. Grieder said, and added that few biomedical companies would fund costly studies that benefited only animals. Demand for primates fluctuates according to research needs at a given time. The NIH worries that new and emerging diseases will increase demand for research animals and there won't be enough veterinarians to look after the animals properly. As with most career paths in veterinary medicine, with the exception of companion animal practice, a shortage exists of specially trained veterinarians who can meet the behavioral and physiologic needs of primates.
Thomas E. Those numbers, Dr. Nolan said, encompass most if not all veterinarians working with primates.
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Bruce J. Bernacky, section chief of the rhesus monkey breeding colony and co-manager of the chimp colony at the Michael E.
Keeling Center. To offset the shortage, the NCRR in began offering the R25 training grant at each of the primate centers to train veterinarians for careers in primate clinical medicine. Greg K. Wilkerson started his two-year residency at the Keeling Center in February. Wilkerson completed residencies in anatomic pathology and comparative medicine prior to striking out in this new direction. Wilkerson said. No two days are the same, and there are many opportunities for me.
The veterinarians interviewed for this article believe that, as champions of animal welfare, veterinarians are an essential component of biomedical research that uses animals. The veterinary staff is the animal advocate here," explained Dr.
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Kathleen M. They're not data from a project, whereas for an investigator, the data would be their primary interest. We're the animal advocate," Dr. Brasky explained. The Animal Welfare Act requires veterinarians to provide pain relief to animals for any procedure that might be perceived to cause pain in a person. For more information about research primates and laboratory animal medicine, visit the Web sites of the Association of Primate Veterinarians , American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine , and National Center for Research Resources.
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