Welcome to the American Society of Primatologists 45th Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists
June 20-23, 2023
Reno, NV
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The deadline to submit abstracts has been extended to March 31, 2023.
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Statement from the ASP Board of Directors on a dark green leafy background. Statement reads: The American Society of Primatologists takes any allegations of misconduct seriously. We intend to take a leadership role by outlining issues of appropriate and inappropriate professional behavior and developing a code of best practices that can be used to promote positive and ethical scientific collaboration and mentorship across our discipline. Anyone who becomes aware of abusive or misconduct situations is ethically obligated to report it. They, and/or anyone who feels that they have been abused or not treated fairly by an academic/researcher at a university, in the field, or at a primate center or research facility should file a formal complaint with the appropriate person at that facility and/or with the funding agency. Photo from Unsplash.

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Upcoming Events

June 19-20, 2023: Primate Care Committee Pre-Conference Workshop

The Primate Care Committee will be hosting another fantastic pre-conference workshop before the official start of ASP 2023 titled “Training for the Individual in All Captive Primate Settings: Zoological, Sanctuary, Research.” Check out the workshop flyer for more info!

June 20-23, 2023: 45th Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, Whitney Peak Hotel, Reno, NV

Check out the meeting page and the Call for Abstracts for more info!

Featured Article by an ASP Member

Each month, ASP will feature an article published in the American Journal of Primatology that was authored by a member of the Society. Willey-Liss has agreed to make the entire article freely available for a period of three months.

Variable Infant Care Contributions in Cooperatively Breeding Groups of Wild Saddleback Tamarins.

Authors: Wendy M. Erb & Leila M. Porter

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