Primate Society of Great Britain

PSGB, the UK's national primatological society, is dedicated to the advancement of primate research, conservation, and captive care. The Society publishes Primate Eye, three times a year, and celebrates primatology at Spring and Winter conferences each year. I invite you to become a member of our vibrant Society and, as a member or a visitor, keep up to date with primatology in the UK via our website. I encourage you to engage with PSGB in attending to the needs of primates around the world. By joining together in large numbers we can represent the needs of primates and their habitats better and help reverse the trends towards extinction.

Professor Simon Bearder, PSGB President

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Membership

Benefits of membership include a subscription to Primate Eye, reduced price meeting registration and eligibility to apply for PSGB grants.
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Society meetings

PSGB Winter Meeting 2014

Our winter meeting will be held jointly with the Anatomical Society at the University of Birmingham 15-16th December and is entitled Ecomorphology. Registration and abstract submission will be via the Anatomy Society website. Registration is NOW OPEN! 

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Conservation

Nearly half of all the world's primates are in danger of going extinct during our lifetime. PSGB actively supports primate conservation by awarding grants for conservation research and donating money and expertise to primate conservation causes. 

2015 grant deadline: 28 February.

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Captive Care

PSGB helps to ensure the highest possible standards of care and welfare for captive primates. Its Captive Care Working Party awards grants and offers specialist advice on primate welfare.

Next grant deadline: TBA.

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Research

Many PSGB members are active researchers, covering all areas of primatology and related fields. The Research Working Party awards general grants to support primatological research.

2015 grant deadline: 31st January.

Research information