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- Pets Are Wonderful Support- is
a voluteer-based organization that helps improve the quality
of life for persons with AIDS and other disabling illnesses
by offering the emotional and practical support to keep
the love and companionship of their pets, and by providing
information on the benefits and risks of animal companionship.
- Professional Compounding Centers of America, Inc.-
Professional Compounding Centers of
America (PCCA) provides independent pharmacists with a
complete support system for compounding unique dosage
forms. Owned and operated principally by pharmacists --
PCCA provides all of the bulk pharmaceuticals, equipment,
devices, flavors, American Council on Pharmaceutical Education
(ACPE)-accredited training classes and seminars, marketing
support and technical consulting assistance needed to
help pharmacists build successful compounding practices.
Online- Pharmachem is the Irish
national organisation of veterinary pharmacists, founded
to re-establish pharmacy as the primary source of veterinary
medicines. It is designed to facilitate pharmacists who
want to get involved in veterinary and those already established.
Officially launched in 1989 by the Minister for Agriculture
and Food, its membership now exceeds 380.
- Primate Information Center- The
Primate Information Center's goal is to provide bibliographic
access to all scientific literature on nonhuman primates
for the research and educational communities. Coverage
spans all publication categories (articles, books, abstracts,
technical reports, dissertations, book chapters, etc.)
and many subject areas (behavior, colony management, ecology,
reproduction, field studies, disease models, veterinary
science, pharmacology, physiology, evolution, taxonomy,
genetics, and zoogeography.) In conjunction with the Wisconsin
NPRC library, a comprehensive computerized database is
available on the web for free access to all primatology
- Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council- whose
mission is to ensure the availability of companion animals
to sustain the entire pet industry, focuses on education,
information and governmental issues involving pet stores,
companion animal supply and restrictions or obstacles
to pet ownership.
Animal Foundation- The Pinellas
Animal Foundation, a non-profit veterinary and community
partnership established in 1983, is dedicated to improved
animal care, guardian responsibility and increased
awareness of the value of the human/animal bond. Our goal
is to enrich the lives of animals and people of all ages
through education and service programs.
- Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research-
is dedicated to creating, implementing, and advancing
the highest ethical standards in the conduct of research.
For thirty years, PRIM&R has been the pre-eminent
source for education, professional development, and resource
sharing in all areas pertaining to the ethical, regulatory,
and societal aspects of the research enterprise.
- Poultry Science Association-
is a charitable corporation affiliated with the Poultry
Science Association (PSA or Association). The primary
purpose of the Foundation is to advance the founding principles
of the PSA by securing private financial support for specific
components and activities of the PSA. The Foundation is
authorized to receive, manage, invest and distribute assets
acquired by the Foundation for the purposes stipulated
by the donors.
- Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research- The
Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research (PSBR) was
established by universities, medical schools, pharmaceutical
firms, and professional societies in the Commonwealth
to foster a better understanding of the benefits of biomedical
research to human and animal health, as well as the necessity
for the humane treatment of animals in such research.
The society supports the responsible use of animals for
essential medical research and education in the prevention
and treatment of human and animal diseases. The PSBR strongly
supports the continued role of animals in research when
no reliable alternative exists.
- Primate Society of Great Britain- The
Primate Society of Great Britain was founded in 1967 to
promote research into all aspects of primate biology,
conservation and management. The Society is very strong
scientifically and holds regular scientific meetings.
In addition, the Society has launched a conservation appeal
to help the urgent plight of primates in nature. This
appeal is co-ordinated by our Conservation Working Party,
which considers and works towards many aspects of primate
- Primate Supply Information Clearinghouse- The
PSIC promotes conservation of nonhuman primates by reducing
laboratory demand on wild populations. Its objective is
to make the best possible use of available research primates
in the United States by facilitating the sequenced use
of nonhuman primates in biomedical research and to effect
speedier communication among users. Investigators and
colony managers are invited to list animals available
for transfer or to be shared and to consult the clearinghouse
regarding availability of animals, etc. for new projects.