Alpha Genesis® Inc. (AGI) provides the highest quality nonhuman primate products and bio-research services world-wide, with a customer base that extends across North America, Europe, and Asia. The Alpha Genesis Primate Research Center is a full-service facility that offers Nonhuman Primates for Biomedical Research, Contract Research and Consultation, Primate Housing and CDC Quarantine, and Biological Products and Materials. AGI maintains 100+ acres of primate breeding and holding facilities, and our large inventory of monkeys allows us to best serve your primate research needs. All AGI monkeys are of optimal health and are readily accessible for immediate availability and use. Individual monkey health records available to prospective clients upon request.
Principal research areas currently include: Aging and Metabolic Diseases, Immunogenetics and Immonology, Reproduction, Neurobiology, Physiological Ethology, Psychobiology. Recent research focus: embryonic stem cells, AIDS vaccine research, women's health, developmental disorders, glaucoma and presbyopia, osteoporosis, Parkinson's, movement disorders, diabetes, drug addiction, and obesity.
Veterinary training is available in primate biology, medicine, biomedical research, and behavior. Unique opportunity to work directly with monkeys. Educational opportunities are available to students case-by-case. Interested students should submit a research plan to email@example.com. Outreach activities are also considered.
Since its inception AGI has grown to serve a broader customer base as we have strengthened our dedication to providing the very best and most cost-effective research and development support to the scientific community. Each AGI employee that works within our AAALAC accredited facilities is highly qualified and carefully trained specifically to complete the job you hired us to do.
If you have questions or would like to place an order, please e-mail AGI at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll-free 866.789.MONK (6665). Visit us on the web at www.alphagenesisinc.com or at www.primateresearch.com