The primary goal of this site is to build the resources of a tissue bank and associated bioinformatics to analyze and distribute appropriate tissue samples to the alcohol research community. This resource provides novel data for hypothesis testing relating the risk for and consequences of alcohol consumption and serve to bi-directionally bridge the gap between rodent and human studies. The basis of the MATRR is that non human primates, specifically monkeys, show a range of drinking excessive amounts of alcohol. more...
The Monkey Alcohol Tissue Research Resource (MATRR)
Information on the Use of Monkeys in Research
Fact Sheet: Primates in Biomedical Research
The Unique Value of Primate Models in Translational Research: American Journal of Primatology
Links to Other Resources
Poster: Overview of MATRR
Primate Portal: Resources for nonhuman primate research
NIAAA: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
ONPRC: Oregon National Primate Research Center
Chrome Frame: Using MATRR with Microsoft IE.
Genome Data: For information about available genome data, please contact the MATRR team using the Contact Us link.