Australian Companion Animal Health Foundation (ACAHF) – Expressions of Interest for larger project funding

The Australian Companion Animal Health Foundation (ACAHF) Board recently approved additional funding for larger projects, including $40,000 for research into Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) and $40,000 for research into Ehrlichiosis. The ACAHF is now inviting Expressions of Interest for this funding.

Established in 1989 as a non-profit trust of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA), and governed by a board of Honorary Directors, the ACAHF works to better pet health through science. Our purpose is to support and promote research into the causes, prevention, and cure of disease in dogs, cats, and other companion animal species.

The research the ACAHF fund is primarily focused on gaining a better understanding of a disorder, with the aim of improving outcomes in treatment and prevention. Every year the ACAHF offers grants of up to $10,000 for research into the causes, prevention and cure of diseases in companion animals (canine, feline and other companion animal species). Over the past ten years, 65 grants (totalling $565,351) have been awarded to deserving applicants.

This additional pool of funding presents a unique opportunity for larger research projects.

Submission requirements & due date

  • Expressions of interest currently sought.

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