University of Cambridge

Canine Genetics Research

The Canine Genetics Research team in the Department of Veterinary Medicine is passionate about investigating inherited diseases in dogs.
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The Canine Genetics Centre (CGC) at the University of Cambridge, led by Dr Cathryn Mellersh, is globally recognised as a leader in the field of canine genetics research, with an unwavering commitment to improving the welfare of our beloved canine companions.

However, the CGC now finds itself in a challenging financial situation. Our primary sponsors, the Kennel Club and the Kennel Club Charitable Trust, are unable to continue financial support beyond March 2024.

Your support is therefore instrumental in ensuring the continued success and longevity of the CGC, and all donations, large and small, are hugely appreciated. Together, we can advance canine genetics research and pave the way for a healthier future for the dogs we love.

Please visit our website to find out more about the work that we do: www.canine-genetics.org.uk.

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University of Cambridge

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Among the top universities globally, Cambridge engages in cutting-edge research to find solutions to global problems. The Cambridge community is made up of 24,270 students, 11,528 faculty and staff, and more than 300,000 alumni. Affiliates have won 110 Nobel Prizes.

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