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Scientists Achieve Sustained Remission in SIV Infection (10/13/2016)

Wireless Freely Behaving Rodent Cage Helps Scientists Collect More Reliable Data (09/28/2016)

Manuel Yepes Named Inaugural Rollins Chair in Stroke and Imaging Research at Emory University (09/23/2016)

Nine Science Advocacy Groups Release White Paper on the Critical Role of Nonhuman Primates (NHPs) in Scientific and Medical Research (08/24/2016)

Chimpanzees Choose Cooperation Over Competition (08/22/2016)

Human Brain Recordings Provide Highly Sought Insights Into Cause of Parkinson's Disease (08/08/2016)

Immune-Enhancing Treatment May Destabilize HIV Reservoirs (07/21/2016)

Huntington's Disease Monkeys Display Full Spectrum of Symptoms Seen in Humans (07/20/2016)

Neuroscientists Receive $3.2 Million to Study Sex Differences in Social Stress in the Brain (07/14/2016)

NIH Awards Emory-led Team $2.6 Million to Develop New Data Collection Technology (07/13/2016)

Emory Professor Receives Humboldt Research Award (06/10/2016)

NIH Awards Emory $35.6 Million Grant for Research Aimed at HIV/AIDS Vaccine and Cure (06/07/2016)

DARPA $6.4 Million Contract Supports Malaria Research Aimed at Enhancing Resilience (05/26/2016)

Foundation for Biomedical Research Op-Eds (05/13/2016)

Fooling the Test: Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria Look Susceptible (05/09/2016)

Transgenic Huntington's Disease Monkey Resources (04/01/2016)

Starvation Signals Control Intestinal Inflammation in Mice (03/16/2016)

USFWS Reopens Public Comment Period for Chimpanzee Permit (01/23/2016)

Discovery of Consoling Behavior in Prairie Voles May Benefit Autism Research (01/21/2016)

Dr. Jane Goodall Visits Wingham Wildlife Park (12/18/2015)

Common Signatures Predict Flu Vaccine Immunity in Young and Elderly (12/15/2015)

2016 ION Program Accepting Applications (11/30/2015)

National Primate Research Centers' RFP for PR Services (11/11/2015)

IL-21 Repairs Immune Function in Nonhuman Primate Model of HIV Infection (11/09/2015)

Emory, Ga Tech and CDC Researchers Win Prize Devising Strategy to Predict Vaccine Responses (11/04/2015)

NPRCs' Strong Showing at Neuroscience 2015 (10/21/2015)

Yerkes Research Center Applies for Permits to Donate Chimpanzees to Wingham Wildlife Park (10/15/2015)

NIH Renews $15 Million Systems Vaccinology Grant to Emory for Improving Vaccine Success (09/11/2015)

Yerkes-Based Mount Sinai Study Finds Emotional Behavior Altered After Multiple Exposures to Anesthesia During Infancy (09/03/2015)

Yerkes Researchers Selected to Serve on NIH Study Sections (07/15/2015)

Yerkes Donates Seven Chimpanzees to Chattanooga Zoo (06/23/2015)

Huntington's Disease Monkeys Display Progressive Clinical Changes and Neurodegeneration (05/12/2015)

Blood-based Biomarkers Could Enable Simple, Accurate TB Tests for Diagnosis and Monitoring (03/30/2015)

Novel Tool Captures Total Body SIV Replication (03/09/2015)

Oxytocin May Enhance Social Function in Psychiatric Disorders (03/04/2015)

Can Oxytocin Treat Autism? (02/19/2015)

ION Summer Research Program Accepting Applications (02/09/2015)

Yerkes to Donate Chimpanzees to Wingham Wildlife Park (02/04/2015)

HIV Vaccines Should Avoid Viral Target Cells, Nonhuman Primate Model Study Suggests (01/02/2015)

Yerkes Research Center Receives Phase II Grand Challenges Explorations Funding (12/02/2014)

Masking HIV target cells prevents viral transmission in animal model (11/25/2014)

Immune cells proposed as HIV hideout don't last in primate model (10/31/2014)

Yerkes Researchers First to Show Irradiation Plus Transplantation Effective for Treating HIV/AIDS (09/25/2014)

Evolution of Responses to (Un)Fairness (09/18/2014)

Intestinal Bacteria Needed for Strong Flu Vaccine Responses in Mice (09/11/2014)

Disease in a Dish Approach Could Aid Huntington's Disease Discovery Efforts (09/05/2014)

Leonard Howell Appointed Yerkes Associate Director for Scientific Programs (08/28/2014)

Maturing Brain Flips Function of Amygdala in Regulating Stress Hormones (08/20/2014)

Understanding Parallels of Human and Animal Parenting Can Benefit Generations to Come (08/14/2014)

Notch Developmental Pathway Regulates Fear Memory Formation (08/07/2014)

Yerkes Research Center Receives Continued Full Accreditation from AAALAC (07/14/2014)

Chimpanzee Intelligence Depends Upon Genes (07/10/2014)

American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects neuroscientist Larry Young (04/23/2014)

R. Paul Johnson, MD, selected as new director for Yerkes National Primate Research Center (03/14/2014)

Empathy chimpanzees offer is key to understanding human engagement (03/11/2014)

Elephants reassure others in distress (02/18/2014)

Learning About Love From Prairie Vole Bonding (02/09/2014)

Identification of gene that influences joint attention in chimpanzees provides insight into autism spectrum disorders (02/05/2014)

Yerkes Animal Care Personnel Shows Incredible Dedication During Icemageddon 2014 (01/31/2014)

ION@Yerkes Accepting Applications; Summer 2014 Program Open to High School Students and Middle and High School Teachers (01/23/2014)