The Belgian Group for Primatology was created to encourage all areas of non-human primatological scientific research, to facilitate cooperation among students and scientists engaged in primate research, and to promote the conservation of all primate species.
The Group is a member of the European Federation for Primatology.
This web site aims to promote the discovery, exchange and diffusion of information regarding non-human primates.
As a member or a visitor, keep up to date with primatology in Belgium via our website !
Anyone engaged in scientific primatology or who is interested in supporting these goals may apply for membership*.
I invite you to become a member of our dynamic Group.
Régine Vercauteren Drubbel
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Faculty of Sciences, Anthropology and human genetics
With special thanks to the webmasters Nicolas Ledent, Phan Trung and Valentin Cirasa !
The BGP organizes twice a year a joint meeting with the FNRS contact group ‘Primatology’. The access is free and open to everyone interested in primatology. In spring it is either focused on eminent invited speakers or it is devoted to a workshop to gather different research teams together to highlight one specific topic. In autumn we have one or more invited speakers and we give the possibility to Bac/ Master/ PhD/ Postdoc students and researchers to present their ongoing work and develop their perspectives.
* Anyone interested in the future activities of the BGP is welcome and can either subscribe to the mailing list and/or become a BGP member (15€/year and 7€/year for students) and receive at his postal address our BGP newsletter 2 times/year. For more information you may contact the BGP.