Research projects 2018

These projects were granted financial support by AniCura's Research Fund in 2018.

  • Sofie van Meervenne, Kalmarsund, Sweden

"The role of sex hormones in idiopathic epilepsy in dogs."


  • Carina Renner - Babenhausen, Germany

"CT assessment of the arthroscopic treatment of canine medial coronoid disease"


  • Neoklis Apostolopolous, Augsburg, Germany

"Potential of interference of the novel monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) Lokivetmab used in atopic dermatitis with serum protein electrophoresis and immunofixation protein electrophoresis"


  • Bart Ruijter, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

"The faecal microbiome signatures of dogs with chronic inflammatory enteropathies" 



  • Ulrika Grönlund, Stockholm, Sweden

"Anaerobic bacteria in deep infections in dogs and cats with focus on bacterial species and their susceptibility patterns"


  • Julia Lieser, Augsburg, Germany

"Oxidative erythrocyte damage in dogs after several days of therapy with either meloxicam, carprofen or metamizole"


  • Katarina Varjonen, Stockholm, Sweden

"Assessment of efficacy of hyposensitization in cats diagnosed with asthma showing increased levels of allergen specific IgE."


  • Susanne Boroffka, Utrecht, The Netherlands

"Comparison of Ultrasonography and CT-enterography findings with results of endoscopy and full thickness biopsies in 25 canine patients with gastro-intestinal disease."


  • Helene Alm, Stockholm, Sweden

"Evaluating male dog fertility using anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH)"


  • Marieke Knies, Dordrecht, The Netherlands

"Prevalence of hypersomatotropism in cats with concentric left ventricular hypertrophy"


  • Irene Flickinger, Hünenberg, Switzerland

"Dose escalating Phase I and II study of doxorubicin and temozolamide in treatment of canine hemangiosarcoma"


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