Research collaborations

Interested in Collaborative or Contract Research? Learn more

Pilot opportunities

The annual ONPRC pilot grant program supports meritorious preliminary studies employing nonhuman primates that are appropriate for the research focus of the ONPRC and that have the potential for subsequent national funding. Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Charles Roberts, Associate Director for Research, robertsc@ohsu.edu.

2023 Pilot Program Announcement

Upcoming events

Science Cafe' Seminar Series
Tuesdays 
6 to 7:15 p.m.
To receive a link to these virtual presentations, RSVP to onprcoutreach@ohsu.edu

Altering Our Genes: The Impact on Future Generations
November 8: Fetal Health and Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Lisa Vrooman, Ph.D.

November 15: Using Precision Medicine to Understand and Treat Genetic Diseases
Carol Hanna, Ph.D., Jon Hennebold, Ph.D.

November 22: Ethical Considerations of Human Genome Editing
Paula Amato, M.D.

November 29: DNA is not Destiny: How Our Environments Affect our Epigenetics
Caren Weinhouse, Ph.D., MPH

Previous sessions:
April 5, 2022: Martha Neuringer, PhD, Professor, Division of Neuroscience, ONPRC
David Wilson, MD, Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology, Casey Eye Institute
Advances in the Quest to Cure Blindness (Link to recording: Password: ScienceCafeSp22)

April 12, 2022: Jodi McBride, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of Neuroscience, ONPRC
Lauren Talman, MD, Movement Disorders Clinic, OHSU
Therapies Under Development for Huntington's Disease (Link to recording: Password: ScienceCafeSp22)

April 19, 2022: Jamie Lo, MD, MCR, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, OHSU School of Medicine / Division of Reproductive & Developmental Sciences, ONPRC
Kim Ryan, MD, Resident Physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology, OHSU School of Medicine
Kristin Prewitt, MD, MPH, Resident Physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology, OHSU School of Medicine
Cannamoms and Their Kids: Marijuana Use in Pregnancy and Parenting (Link to recording: Password: ScienceCafeSp22)

April 26, 2022: Larry Sherman, PhD, Professor, Division of Neuroscience, ONPRC
Bruce Bebo, PhD, Executive Vice President of Research, National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Emerging Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis: From Stopping Disease to Repairing the Damage (Link to recording: Password: ScienceCafeSp22)

October 28, 2021: Alison Edelman, MD
Do COVID-19 Vaccines Affect Menstruation? (Link to recording password: ScienceCafe21)

November 4, 2021: Jasper Bash, MD
Virus, Vaccine, and Virility: Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on Men's Health and Fertility (Link to recording password: ScienceCafe21)

November 11, 2021: Nichole Marshall, MD
Vaccinating for Two: COVID-19 Vaccination during Pregnancy and Lactation (Link to recording password: ScienceCafe21)

November 18, 2021: Panel Discussion
Bridging the Gap: Respectful Discourse in the Time of Covid

February 4, 2021: Christina Lancioni, MD (Doernbecher Hospital/OHSU)
Vaccines 101: A Vaccine Primer (Link to recording password: Covid2021)

February 11, 2021: Mark Slifka, PhD (Senior Scientist, ONPRC)
How safe are vaccines? (Link to recording password: Covid2021)

February 18, 2021: Daniel Streblow, PhD (Senior Scientist, VGTI/OHSU)
How did we get here? (Link to recording password: Covid2021)

February 25, 2021: Afam Okoye, PhD (Associate Scientist, VGTI/OHSU)
Outlook for the Future (Link to recording password: Covid2021)

Three rhesus macaques grooming

Tour of ONPRC

Take a virtual tour of the Oregon National Primate Research Center

Behind the Research

Behind the Research: Larry Sherman, Ph.D.

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