The facility was the subject of a documentary produced by National Geographic featured Jane Goodall. The award-winning episode, entitled Chimp Rescue, was broadcast in 1998, shortly after the closure of the facility. The documentary chronicled James Mahoney's efforts to save approximately one hundred primates prior to the closure of the facility.
Moor-Jankowski, a member of the French Academy of Medicine accused the NYU in 1996 of his ouster as director of LEMSIP. He alleged that this act was retaliation for his blowing the whistle on former NYU primate addiction researcher Ron Wood.
Research on Genetics and Experimental Medicine Reported by Scientists at Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology.
Jan 22, 2011; A report, 'Development of self-reactive germinal center B cells and plasma cells in autoimmune Fc gammaRIIB-deficient mice,' is...