SEK 4.6 million for healthier dogs and cats
The Swedish Kennel Club (SKK) and Agria's research fund has allocated a total of SEK 4.6 million to support 25 research projects in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Twelve of the projects are new, of which five are SLU projects.
Effect of prednisolone treatment from a pharmacological and clinical chemical point of view
Inger Lilliehöök, year 1 of 2
Dwarfism in ragdoll cats
Jeanette Hanson, year 1 of 2
The Nordic dog genome project
Tomas Bergström, year 1 of 3
Prevention of back injuries in growing dogs
Miriam Kjörk Granström, year 1 of 3
Autoimmune diseases in dogs: diagnostic challenges
Bodil Ström Holst, year 1 of 2
Ongoing SLU projects granted continued funding
• Lena Pelander SLU, Association between biomarkers and kidney function. Year 2 of 2.
• Sofia Mikko SLU, Genetic background of the flat chest of Bengal cats. Year 2 of 3.
• Helene Hamlin SLU, Antinuclear antibodies, CRP and IgA in Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever. Year 2 of 3.
• Cecilia Rohdin SLU, Progressive non painful myelopathy in pugs. Year 2 of 3.
• Eva Axnér SLU, Can melatonin affect the bitch's running cycle? Year 2 of 2.
• Eva Hellmén SLU, Evaluation of diagnosis and treatment of mammary tumors. Year 2 of 2.