Primate Center Services

Public Information and Outreach

The goal of the Public Information and Outreach Office is to raise awareness and increase knowledge about how Primate Center scientists improve human and animal health through basic, humane research with nonhuman primates. The office provides accurate and timely information about the center to a variety of audiences every day.

Contact Information

Services Supported

  • Newsletters, web sites, brochures, fact sheets and other publications.
  • Visits, seminars, and other outreach and education activities
  • Photography and graphics services/coordination.
  • Media relations services/coordination.

Key Personnel

Jordana Lenon Public Information Officer and Outreach Coordinator 608-263-7024

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I am a student and need help with a project on squirrel monkeys/chimpanzees/tamarins.
    Visit to begin researching your species or other topic in primatology.
  • Can I arrange a group visit to the Primate Center?
    Please call 608-263-7024 for visitors information.
  • Can someone come and speak to my group?
    Please call 608-263-7024 for more information.
  • I am a student/citizen/researcher/patient/other with a question about research/services/animal care at the Primate Center.
    Please peruse and its links. If you don't find what you're looking for; please write to the Public Information Office.
  • I am a reporter on deadline and would like to speak with someone at the Primate Center
    Please call 608-263-7024, or the University of Wisconsin Office of News and Public Affairs at 608-262-3571.

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Entry created: 2003-10-06
Entry last reviewed: 2010-08-12