Current studies for Collies:

Dermatomyositis Clinical Research Study
    by Vetgen.com
    Leigh Anne Clark, PhD
    (864) 656-4696
    100 Jordan Hall
    Clemson University
    Clemson, SC, USA 29634-0318

Von Willebrand's Disease Research Study
    Contact:
    Ann Royal
    (734)  669-8440
    E-mail:  vetgen@vetgen.com

Canine Epelipsy Project
    Contact:
    Gary Johnson, DVM, PhD
    Associate Professor
    University of Missouri - Columbia
    College of Veterinary Medicine
    201 Connaway Hall
    Columbia, Missouri  65211-5120
    (573)-882-6550
              JohnsonGS@missouri.edu


    Ned Patterson, DVM
    University of Minnesota
    College of Veterinary Medicine
    Canine Genetics Lab
    Lab:  (612) 624-5322
    Office:  (612) 625-5799

Canine Phenome Project
    Breeds Participating in the Project
    Basenji
    Clumber Spaniel
    Collie
    Kerry Blue Terrier
    Coton de Tulear
    Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
    More information:
    www.caninephenome.org

Collie DNA Banking
    Dogenes
    Dr. Mary Whitely
    161 Sherin Ave • Peterborough,
    ONT Can K9J 1B7
    (705) 748-0089
    Email:  info@dogenes.com
    www.dogenes.com
    Purpose: To store the DNA of a number of
    Collies, and create a database that will be
    helpful in providing future assistance in Collie-
    specific research.  Free

Collie Health Incident or Death Report
    Collie Health Foundation
    Used to help keep other collie owners
    informed of possible health problems
    and help the Collie Health Foundation
    (CHF) seek and select researchers to
    find causes or solutions to problems
    that effect the entire collie population.
    Free
    http://www.colliehealth.org/incident.html
silveradocollies@yahoo.com
(314) 285-3264


    Vaccination Titer Testing

    Antibody titer is a laboratory
    test , done by your vet, that
    measures the level of
    antibodies in your dog.

    The antibody level in the
    blood tells your vet whether or
    not your dog has the proper
    amount of antibodies to ward
    off disease, & can help your
    prevent over-vaccination of
    your dog.