Community Outreach & Education Program

The Clarkson Research Campus (CRC) has initiated a program of outreach and education that provides children in grades K-12 and their teachers with opportunities to visit the CRC and learn about biomedical research.

These tours are designed to give visitors educational information about nonhuman primates and the unique role that they play in translational research, to highlight the wide range of human health disorders that are addressed by the Translational Science Institute and the CRC, and to educate children about careers in science.

For more information, contact the Campus at primates@wakehealth.edu

Quick Reference

Clarkson Research Campus/Primate Center
Center Director

Jay Kaplan, PhD
336-716-1649

Email the Clarkson Research Campus/Primate Center
primates@wakehealth.edu

Associate Director

David Caudell, DVM, PhD
336-716-4763

Clarkson Research Campus/Primate Center

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