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2012 - Bloat Study

AKCCHF grant #00366 -- Mammary Cancer Research to benefit dogs and humans! - more...

 

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Funded Research Grants (2015):

 AKC CANINE HEALTH FOUNDATION OAK GRANTS

[how AKCCHF approves grant proposals]:

 

AKCCHF Grant #01658 (open):  Early Detection of Chronic Kidney Disease to Prevent Kidney Damage.  Mary B Nabity, DVM, PhD, Texas A&M AgriLife Research. [$5000]

AKCCHF Grant #01699-A (open):  Preventing Inaccurate Diagnosis of Brucellosis.  Christina M Larson, DVM, University of Minnesota. [$5000]

AKCCHF Grant #02118-A (closed): Targeting the Mechanism of Bacerial Adherence during Pyometra to Develop an Effective, Non-Invasive Treatment for Disease.  Cordula Bartel, PhD.  University of Veterinary Medicine of Vienna.  [$5,758.32] [final report]

AKCCHF Grant #02128-A (closed):   Redefining the Recommendations for Prevention of Infectious Disease at Dog Shows and Other Areas Where Dogs Meet and Compete.  Jason Stull, VMD, PhD, Ohio State University.  [$5000] [Study Update 1] [final report]

AKCCHF Grant #02146-A (closed):  Development of a Novel Drug Delivery System to Prevent Vision Loss in Canine Cataract Patients.  Heather Chandler, PhD, Ohio State University.  [$5000][final report]

 

MORRIS ANIMAL FOUNDATION GRANTS

[how MAF approves grant proposals ]:

MAF Grant D14CA-063 (closed):  Understanding how Mammary Cancer Develops.  Dr. Gerlinde R. Van de Walle, Cornell University.  [final report]

MAF Grant D15CA-047 (open):  Understanding Why and How Canine Osteosarcoma Tumors Spread.  Dr. Jaime F. Modiano, University of Minnesota [study update]

MAF Grant D15CA-307 (open):  Evaluating a New Treatment for Dogs with Kidney Disease.  Dr. Amanda E. Coleman, University of Georgia

MAF Grant D15CA-802 (open):  Understanding the Transmission Risk of Bacterial Infections between Therapy Dogs and Kids with Cancer.  Dr. Allen R. Chen, Johns Hopkins University


Funded Research Grants (2013):

 AKC CANINE HEALTH FOUNDATION OAK GRANTS

 


AKCCHF Grant #01780 (open): Defining the Mechanism by Which Ticks Locate Dogs in Order to Better Prevent Disease Transmission.  Emma Natalie Ivy Weeks, PhD, University of Florida. [$2500].  [study update 2014]  [study update 2016] [study update 2017]

AKCCHF Grant #01782 (closed): 

Defining the Elements of Successful Cranial Cruciate Ligament Repair.  Gina Bertocci, PhD, University of Louisville.  [$2500]   [study update] [final report] [publication] [publication] [publication]

AKCCHF Grant #01806 (closed):

A Novel Virus-Based Anti-Tumor Treatment for Canine Osteosarcoma.  Bruce F Smith, VMD PhD, Auburn University.  [$2500].  [study update 1[study update 2] [final report]

AKCCHF Grant #01822: Beyond the Genome: The Intersection of Genes and the Environment in Canine Cancer.  Robert K Wayne, PhD, University of California Los Angeles.  [$2500].   [final report]

 

MORRIS ANIMAL FOUNDATION GRANTS

MAF Grant D09CA-502 (closed): Developing a Better Tool for Assessing Bloat Prognosis.  Elizabeth A Rozanski, DVM, Tufts University  [study update] [final report]

MAF Grant D12CA-031: Understanding the Genetic Basis for Urinary Stones.  Dr. Ned Patterson, University of Minnesota

MAF Grant D13CA-062 (open): Assessing How a Protein Helps Hemangiosarcoma Cells Survive.  Erin B Dickerson, PhD, University of Minnesota  [study update]

MAF Grant D13CA-071 (closed): Identifying Genetic Markers for Congenital Heart Disease in Dogs.  Kathryn M. Meurs, DVM PhD, North Carolina State University  [final report]

MAF Grant D13CA-311 (closed):   Evaluating Preventive Therapy for Ligament Disease.  Siao Sia Goh, BVSc, Colorado State University  [study update[final report]

MAF Grant D13CA-802 (closed): Assessing a Diagnostic Tool for Eye Diseases.  Chris G Pirie DVM, DACVO, Tufts University [final report] [publication]

 

 

Funded Research Grants (2012):

AKC CANINE HEALTH FOUNDATION GRANTS

AKCCHF Grant #01418 (open):  Providing Engineered T-cells (PET): New Genetic and Immunotherapy Targeting Canines with Spontaneous B-cell Lymphoma; Dr Heather M. Wilson, DVM, Texas A7M University ($2500) [publication]

 AKCCHF Grant #01569 (closed):  Evaluation of GS-9219 in Canine Lymphoma; Dr Douglas H Thamm, VMD; Colorado State University ($2500) [publication]

AKCCHF Grant #01584 (closed): Conformation of Cranial Cruciate Ligament Deficiency in Dogs; Dr. Dominique J. Griffon, DVM PhD; Western University of Health Sciences ( $2500) [Final Report]

AKCCHF Grant #01609 (open):  Probiotic VSL#3 Reduces Enteritis in Dogs with Inflammatory Bowel Disease; Dr Albert E Jergens, DVM PhD; Iowa State University ($2500) [Study Update 1] [study update 2]

 

MORRIS ANIMAL FOUNDATION GRANTS 

MAF Grant D08CA- 500:  Assessing the Prevalence of Leptospirosis; Dr George E Moore, Purdue University. ($3000)

MAF Grant D10CA-022 (open):  Studying the Effect of Cranberry Extract on Canine Urinary Tract Infections; Dr Natasha J Olby, North Carolina State University ($3000)

MAF Grant D12CA-803 (closed):  Reprogramming Canine Stem Cells to Develop New Therapies; Dr Deborah Guest, Animal Health Trust, United Kingdom. ($3000) [final report]

MAF Grant D12MS-002 (closed):  Examining the Role of Stem Cells and Genes in Mammary Tumor Development; Dr Gerlinde R Van de Walle, Ghent University, Belgium (#3000) [study update] [final report]

 

Funded Research Grants (2011):

AKCCHF grant #01670-A (closed):  Pinpointing the causal mutation(s) underlying a genome-wide association signal for hereditary cataract in Northern breeds.  Sally L Ricketts, PhD, Animal Health Trust  [$2000]

  

Funded Research Grants (2010):

AKC CANINE HEALTH FOUNDATION GRANTS

AKCCHF Grant #01272 (closed): Isolation and Characterization of Canine Induced Pluripotential Stem Cells (iPS).  Jorge A Piedrahita, PhD, North Carolina State University   [$2500] [publication]

AKCCHF Grant #01415 (closed): Development of Anti-IgE Peptide for Treatment of Canine Allergy.  Bruce Hammerberg, DVM PhD, North Carolina State University [$2500]

AKCCHF Grant #01421 (closed): Genomic Resources for the Control of Canine Pyoderma.  Stephen A Kania, PhD, University of Tennessee  [$2500]  [publication]

AKCCHF Grant #01484 (closed):  Identification and Characterization of a Canine Derived Single Chain Antibody that Binds and Neutralizes Canine VEGF.  Nicola J Mason, BVetMed, PhD, University of Pennsylvania [$2500]

AKCCHF Grant #01494-A (open): Comparison of the level of expression of P-glycoprotein in lymph nodes and peripheral blood lymphocytes in canine lymphoma patients. Bonnie L Boudreaux, DVM, Louisiana State University  [$1000 from AKCCHF donor advised fund]

 

MORRIS ANIMAL FOUNDATION GRANTS 

MAF Grant D09CA-082 (discontinued): Potential Drug Therapy for Lymphoma [$3000]

This study has been discontinued by the researcher due to the undesirable effects on the patient. SCARF has re-directed this funding to another study.

MAF Grant D09CA-029: Determining Risk Factors for Lymphoma.  Dr. Lauren A. Trepanier, University of Wisconsin

Scarf has re-directed the funds from D09CA-082 to this study.

MAF Grant D10CA-016 (open): Investigating a Noninvasive, At-home Diagnostic Technique for Gastrointestinal Disorders.  Pedro L Boscan, DVM PhD, Colorado State University [$3000] [Study update]

MAF Grant D10CA-060 (closed):  Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of a Drug to Control Epilepsy in Dogs.  Dawn Merton Boothe, DVM PhD, Auburn University [$3000]

MAF Grant D10CA-801A: Evaluating Treatment for Vision Problems in Diabetic Dogs  [$3000]

 

OTHER GRANTS

Bloat Study (open):    DOGenes, Inc.

 

Funded Research Grants (2009):

Rabies Challenge Fund     [Summary]

AKCCHF grant #00615-B (closed):  Heritable and Sporadic Genetic Lesions in Canine Lymphoma.  Jaime F Modiano, VMD PhD  [$2500 from AKCCHF Donor Advised fund] [publication] [AKCCHF Success Story]

AKCCHF grant #01130 (closed):  Measurement of Minimal Residual Disease Using Real Time PCR in Canine Lymphoma.  Susan E Lana, DVM, Colorado State University [$2500]

AKCCHF grant #01139 (closed):  Immune Targeting of Canine Hemangiosarcoma Using a Canine Derived Single Chain Antibody Approach.  Nicola J Mason, BVetMed, PhD, University of Pennsylvania [$2500] [publication] [AKCCHF Success Story]

AKCCHF grant #01227-A (closed):  Specificity and Sensitivity of the Pancreatic Lipase Immunoreactivity (SPEC cPL) Test for the Diagnosis of Canine Pancreatitis.  Stanley L Marks, BVSc, PhD, University of California Davis [$1000] [grant report] [publication] [AKCCHF Success Story]

AKCCHF grant #01231-A (closed):  Prevalence and Localization of Bartonella spp. in Vascular Tumors from Dogs.  Edward B Breitschwerdt, DVM, North Carolina State University [$1000] [final report] [publication]

AKCCHF grant #01232-A (closed):  Investigation of NF-kB as a Therapeutic Target in Canine Lymphoma.  Nicola J Mason, BVetMed, PhD, University of Pennsylvania [$1000] [publication]

AKCCHF grant #01239-A (closed):  SNP Chip Analyses for Canine Cryptorchidism.  Max F Rothschild, PhD, Iowa State University [$1000] [Final Report]

AKCCHF grant #01240-A (closed):  Development of a Diagnostic Method for Canine Atopic Dermatitis.  Daniel A Gingerich, DVM, Imulan Bio Therapeutics, LLC [$1000] [final report]

 

 

Funded Research Grants (2008):

AKCCHF grant #00613 (closed):  The Prognostic Significance of Chromosome Aneuploidy in Canine Lymphoma. Matthew Breen, PhD, North Carolina State University  [$2500] [publication]

AKCCHF grant #00763 (closed):  Capsular Tension Ring Effect on Canine Lens Epithelial Migration and Post-Operative Lens Capsule Opacification.  David Wilkie, DVM, Ohio State University  [$2500] [publication]

AKCCHF grant #00778 (closed): Role of Regulatory T Cells in Dogs with Osteosarcoma.  Barbara J Biller, DVM, Colorado State University  [$2500] [publication]

AKCCHF grant #00945 (closed):  Mucosal Gene Expression Profiles in Canine Inflammatory Bowel Disease.  Albert E Jergens, DVM PhD, Iowa State University [$2500] [publication 2010] [publication 2012]

AKCCHF grant #00972 (closed):  Identification of Mutations Associated with Hereditary Cataracts in Northern Breeds.  Cathyrn Mellersh, PhD, Animal Health Trust [$2500]

AKCCHF grant #00982 (closed):  Evaluation of Efficacy of Fasaret in Dogs with Osteosarcoma.  Don Bellgrau, PhD, ApopLogic Pharmaceuticals LLC  [$2500] [final report]  [publication]

AKCCHF grant #00985-A (closed): In vivo Effects of Tetracycline on Canine Refractory Ulcers.  Heather Chandler, PhD, Ohio State University [$1000] [publication]  [AKCCHF Success Story]

AKCCHF grant #00997-A (closed): Virological Survey of Dogs with Idiopathic Conjunctivitis.  Eric Ledbetter, DVM, Cornell University [$1000] [publication]

AKCCHF grant #01046-A (closed):  The Relevance of Ezrin in the Metastatic Progression of Canine Osteosarcoma.  Sun Hyeok Hong, DVM PhD, National Cancer Institute [$1000]

AKCCHF grant #01064-A (closed):  Immuno-cytochemical Detection and siRNA-Mediated Knockdown of Survivin in Canine Lymphoma.  Douglas H Thamm, VMD, Colorado State University [$1000] [final report] [publication 2008] [publication 2011]  

This work is also applicable to Osteosarcoma - see the AKCCHF Success Story

 

Funded Research Grants (2007):

AKCCHF Grant #00366 (closed):  Molecular Control of COX-2 Expression and Regulation of Prostaglandin Transport in Canine Mammary Tumors.  Monique Dore, DVM PhD, University of Montreal. [Additional funding $2500] [publication 2003]  [publication 2006]  [publication 2011]

AKCCHF Grant # 00610 (closed):  Evaluation of Genetic Markers for Diabetes Mellitus in Samoyed and Australian Terrier Dogs.  Rebecka S Hess, DVM DACVIM, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.  [Additional funding $10,000]

Funded Research Grants (2006):

AKCCHF Grant #00305 (closed):  Histocompatibility Alleles Conferring Susceptibility to Canine Diabetes, Immune-Mediated Thyroiditis and Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia.  Wayne Potts, PhD, University of Utah. [Additional funding $1250]

AKCCHF Grant #00372 (closed): 

The Establishment of Breed-Specific Reference Intervals for Thyroid Hormones.  Rebecca L Davies, PhD; Sheila Torres, DVM MS PhD DACVD. [Additional funding $7348] [publication] [publication]

AKCCHF Grant # 00610 (closed):  Evaluation of Genetic Markers for Diabetes Mellitus in Samoyed and Australian Terrier Dogs.  Rebecka S Hess, DVM DACVIM, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. [$10,000]

 

Funded Research Grants (2005):

AKCCHF Grant #00305 (closed):  Histocompatibility Alleles Conferring Susceptibility to Canine Diabetes, Immune-Mediated Thyroiditis and Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia.  Wayne Potts, PhD, University of Utah. [$1250]

AKCCHF Grant #00366 (closed):  Molecular Control of COX-2 Expression and Regulation of Prostaglandin Transport in Canine Mammary Tumors.  Monique Dore, DVM PhD, University of Montreal.  [$2500]  [publication 2003]  [publication 2006]  [publication 2011]

AKCCHF Grant #00372 (closed): 

The Establishment of Breed-Specific Reference Intervals for Thyroid Hormones.  Rebecca L Davies, PhD; Sheila Torres, DVM MS PhD DACVD. [$7348] [publication]

 

Funded Research Grants (2002):

AKCCHF Grant #02222 (closed): Molecular Control of Prostaglandin Synthesis in Canine Mammary Tumors.  Monique Dore, DVM PhD, University of Montreal. 

 

Funded Research Grants (2001):

AKCCHF Grant #02277 (closed):  Identification of the Genetic Cause or Causes for Cataracts in Several Breeds.  George J Brewer MD, University of Michigan.  [$3000]

 

Funded Research Grants (prior to 2001):

AKCCHF Grant #01637 (closed): Identification of DNA Marker(s) for Cataracts in Purebred Dogs, with Emphasis on the Breeds Alaskan Malamute, Siberian Husky, and Samoyed.  Vilma Yuzbasiyan-Gurkan, PhD, Michigan State University.  [$11,674.50]

AKCCHF Grant #01836 (closed):   Identifying the Genetic Cause of Canine Hip Dysplasia.  George J Brewer MD, University of Michigan.  [$2000]

 

 

 

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