Oncology Grants

In continuation of CHF’s strong support of canine cancer research, the Oncology Research Program Area remains committed to innovative research that will aid in the discovery of advanced diagnostic technology and therapeutic target identification.

To make sense of the complexity of cancer, new approaches are needed to provide comprehensive characterization of tumors and other canine cancers. These approaches will likely require broad bioinformatic analyses, high throughput methodologies and systems biology tools.

Active Grants:

 02595-A Defining the Flow Cytometric Characteristics of Normal and Diseased Canine Spleen and Visceral Lymph Nodes
 02643-A Examination of the Effects of Cannabidiol on Canine Neoplastic Cell Apoptosis/Autophagy and Potential for Chemotherapy Resistance or Sensitivity
 02663 Comparative Brain Tumor Consortium (CBTC) Meningioma Pathology Board
 02636-A Development of RNA in-situ Hybridization to Identify T Regulatory Cells and their Function within the Tumor Microenvironment of Canine Oral Malignant Melanoma
 02446 Development of Genetic Biomarkers to Improve Diagnosis and Treatment of Canine Histiocytic Sarcoma
 02522-A The Investigation of Lypoxigenase-5 Expression in Canine Normal, Hyperplastic and Neoplastic Urinary Bladder Epithelium
 2489 Tumor-permissive Collagen Signatures in Canine Mammary Gland Tumors: Development of Prognostic Markers and Targeted Therapies for Improved Outcomes
 02487 OX40 Checkpoint Molecule Targeted Antibodies for Cancer Immunotherapy in Dogs
 02500 Immune Targeting of the V600E B-Raf Neoantigen in Canine Urothelial Carcinoma
 02456-A The Impact of Intravenous Anesthetic Agents on Canine Natural Killer Cell

Previously Awarded Grants:

 02204-T Using Enhanced Imaging to Evaluate Tumor Margins for Canine Mammary Cancer and Soft Tissue Sarcoma
 02405-A Transcriptome Based Diagnostics in Canine Soft Tissue Sarcoma
 2217 A Novel Mechanism to Regulate the Growth of Canine Hemangiosarcoma
 02237-A Capturing Tumor Cells in Canine Blood
 02215 A Cancer Vaccine for Canine Osteosarcoma
 02171-MOU Histiocytic Sarcoma in Bernese Mountain Dogs: Novel Approaches To Treatment
 01889-G Innovations in Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Cancer - Goldens Lead the Way
 01826 A Novel Treatment for Brain Tumors Using a One Medicine Approach
 02244-A Beyond Peto's Paradox with the Geriatric Peromyscus
 01689-A Increasing the Effectiveness of Radiation Therapy in Treatment of Mast Cell Tumors
 02071 Development of a Therapeutic Brain Tumor Vaccine
 02091-A Differentiating between Localized and Disseminated Histiocytic Sarcoma in Bernese Mountain Dogs
 02093-A Sequencing Histiocytic Sarcoma (HS) loci identified by Genetic Association studies in the Bernese Mountain Dog (BMD)
 01843 Further Investigation of the Genes Controlling Canine Leukemia to Properly Diagnose and Control the Disease
 01822 Beyond the Genome: The Intersection of Genes and the Environment in Canine Cancer
 01872-A Using Ultrasound as a Cost Effective and Non-Invasive Technique for Early Diagnosis of Solid Tumors
 01426 Personalized Medicine for the Treatment of Canine Mast Cell Tumors
 01557 Narrowing the Search for the Genetic Basis of Histiocytic Malignancies
 01577 Identifying the Genes Conferring Risk for Transitional Cell Carcinoma
 1633 Novel Therapy for Melanoma, Lymphoma, Meningioma and Nephroblastoma
 01914-A Defining the Genes That Contribute to the Development of Soft Tissue Sarcomas
 01861-A Preventing Heart Damage during Chemotherapy through Early Detection of Cardiotoxicity
 01683-A Improving Resection of Tumors through Enhanced Imaging
 01669-A Determining the Role of Bacterial Infection in Complications after Chemotherapy
 01912-A Enhancing the Safety and Efficacy of Anti-Cancer Drugs in Dogs

The AKC Canine Health Foundation funds research in 23 different Research Program Areas for the health of all dogs. These program areas enable the Foundation to create depth in our research portfolio and help us to be responsive to the health concerns of our constituents.

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