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Comparative Medicine
 

The Division of Comparative Medicine (DCM) helps to meet the needs of biomedical researchers for high-quality, disease-free animals and specialized animal research facilities. Through grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts, the DCM supports national primate research centers and their field stations, primate breeding and resource-related projects, development of mammalian and nonmammalian animal model resources, postdoctoral training, and a variety of research projects. The DCM is composed of the following programs:

 
 
Requests for Applications (RFAs), Program Announcements (PAs), and Notices (NOTs)Back to Top

These items are organized by NCRR programs and are linked to the NIH Guide. (Explanation of RFAs, PAs, and NOTs)

Arrow Bullet Comparative Medicine Research RFAs, PAs, and NOTs
Arrow Bullet Inactive Comparative Medicine RFAs, PAs, and NOTs
 
Comparative Medicine Program Guidelines Back to Top
Arrow Bullet Guidelines for Comparative Medicine Programs - January 1999 describe the purpose, scope, and nature of each DCM program: Laboratory Animal Sciences, Biological Models and Materials Research, National Primate Research Centers, AIDS Animal Models, Research Career Development and Training, and Small Business Grants.
 
Publications, Plans, and ReportsBack to Top
Arrow Bullet Comparative Medicine Research Resources Directory directs scientists to resources that can provide the appropriate research model or material they need for their research.
Arrow BulletCost Analysis and Rate Setting Manual for Animal Research Facilities - May 2000
Arrow BulletLinking Research to Healthy Living - A new publication supporting the use of nonhuman primates in lifesaving biomedical research.
 
Fact Sheets about Comparative Medicine Programs
Arrow BulletComparative Medicine (general)
     - Insert: List of Comparative Medicine Resources
Arrow BulletNational Primate Research Centers
 
Reports
Fourth Annual Comparative Medicine Resource Directors Meeting - November 2002
Rhesus Monkey Demands in Biomedical Research - April 2002
Third Annual Comparative Medicine Resource Directors Meeting - June 2001
Recommendations for Future Efforts in Primate Genomics - June 2001
Colony Records Analysis Workshop - January 2001
 
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Comparative Medicine Professional Meetings/Workshops
 
ArchivesBack to Top
Arrow Bullet Inactive Comparative Medicine RFAs, PAs, and NOTs
 
 

For further information, contact:

Director, Division of Comparative Medicine
National Center for Research Resources
National Institutes of Health
One Democracy Plaza, Room 948
6701 Democracy Boulevard, MSC 4874
Bethesda, Maryland 20892-4874
Telephone: 301-435-0744
FAX: 301-480-3819
e-mail: CMADIR@mail.nih.gov

 

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