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Operations Unit Head for Animal Resources & Research Support
Oregon Health & Science University
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About Oregon Health & Science University
As one of the seven National Primate Research Centers (NPRCs) supported by the National Institutes of Health, our mandate is help people across generations live longer, healthier lives through scientific breakthroughs. We pursue our vision by supporting translational research and providing scientific expertise in a variety of NHP models. These allow us to ask key questions about aging, metabolic diseases like diabetes, neurological functions, reproductive challenges, and many others. Much of this opportunity is due to our multi-generational, pedigreed colonies that started to breed here in the early 1960s. Our research models are provided locally, regionally, and nationally on a collaborative basis. The ONPRC has a unique identity linked to its particular mix of research emphases and primate colonies. Our mission is accomplished through five leading-edge scientific divisions, diverse core services and unique NHP resources. Our world-class research programs focus on current, developing and projected high-priority human medical needs that are projected to increase in importance over the coming decades. These include research in aging, AIDS, depression, infectious diseases, subs...tance abuse, obesity, reproductive health, and genetics. Our role is to perform basic research to understand mechanisms of biological conditions and diseases, and we also have an emphasis on translational research—to encourage development of the most advanced ideas into clinical testing. This aspect of our research is greatly facilitated by the resources, expertise, and unique capabilities at the ONPRC and our partners at Oregon Health & Science University.
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