Four decades of leading-edge research in the reproductive and developmental sciences: the Infant Primate Research Laboratory at the University of Washington National Primate Research Center.

@article{Burbacher2013FourDO,
  title={Four decades of leading-edge research in the reproductive and developmental sciences: the Infant Primate Research Laboratory at the University of Washington National Primate Research Center.},
  author={Thomas M. Burbacher and Kimberly S. Grant and Julie M. Worlein and James Ha and Eliza C Curnow and Sandra E Juul and Gene P. Sackett},
  journal={American journal of primatology},
  year={2013},
  volume={75 11},
  pages={1063-83}
}
The Infant Primate Research Laboratory (IPRL) was established in 1970 at the University of Washington as a visionary project of Dr. Gene (Jim) P. Sackett. Supported by a collaboration between the Washington National Primate Research Center and the Center on Human Development and Disability, the IPRL operates under the principle that learning more about the causes of abnormal development in macaque monkeys will provide important insights into the origins and treatment of childhood… CONTINUE READING
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