NEW ACCELERATED APPLICATION PROCESS!
Canine cancer patient biospecimens are available for scientific use through the Canine Comparative Oncology and Genomics Consortium (CCOGC) and the Pfizer-CCOGC Biospecimen Repository.
The Pfizer-CCOGC Biospecimen Repository currently houses over 2,000 patient samples across seven spontaneously arising cancer histologies.Find out more
By utilizing our current tissue collection structure for our bank, we can tailor collections for the specific needs of your unique research. After submission of a brief on-line application, there will be follow up contact by the CCOGC to refine your request. We will assess the availability within our network; prepare Standard Operating Procedures and a budget. After your approval and a contract process, tissue collection will begin specifically designed for your research.Find out more