The Tulane National Primate Center is comprised of four divisions:
The Division of Comparative Pathology has a dual role in providing diagnostic and clinical support services for TNPRC veterinarians and researchers, while also performing cutting-edge translational research on nonhuman primates for a variety of diseases of major importance to human and animal health.
The Division of Microbiology conducts basic infectious disease research using nonhuman primate models of human disease.
The Division of Immunology conducts basic and applied immunology studies of disease processes with a focus on infectious diseases such as AIDS, Lyme and Tuberculosis.
The Division of Veterinary Medicine is responsible for all aspects of care, husbandry and management of the animal colonies at the Center.