Eugene Ehrhart III

Associate Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

252 Flint Cancer Center

970-297-4086

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Interest is in the study of proteins and protein signaling, also known as proteomics. The Comparative Pathology and Proteomics Laboratory researches the role of proteins in health and cancer.

We study the proteins that differ between normal and cancerous tissue to tell us which proteins have become dysregulated. The proteins unique to a certain tumor (tumor markers) can be used as a means to more accurately diagnose the tumor and predict it's behavior. These unique proteins can also be used as targets for cancer therapy allowing for treatments to be personalized for each specific tumor and individual.
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About Eugene

Oncological pathology, Ophthalmological pathology. Interest is in the study of proteins and protein signaling, also known as proteomics. The Comparative Pathology and Proteomics Laboratory researches the role of proteins in health and cancer. We study the proteins that differ between normal and cancerous tissue to tell us which proteins have become dysregulated. The proteins unique to a certain tumor (tumor markers) can be used as a means to more accurately diagnose the tumor and predict it's behavior. These unique proteins can also be used as targets for cancer therapy allowing for treatments to be personalized for each specific tumor and individual.

Education

BS, University of Missouri, Columbia MO, 1984DVM, University of Missouri, Columbia MO, 1987Residency, Colorado State University, 1994PhD, Colorado State University, 1996

Certifications

Diplomate
American College of Veterinary Pathologists

Publications

Espression and Function of Survivin in Canine Osteosarcoma. JK Shoeneman, EJ Ehrhart, JC Eickhoff, JB Charles, BE Powers, DH Thamm Cancer Research, Submitted 9/2010, under revisions.An orthotopic, postsurgical model of luciferase transfected murine osteosarcoma with spontaneous metastasis. Sottnik JL, Duval DL, Ehrhart EJ, Thamm DH. Clin Exp Metastasis. 2010 Mar;27(3):151-60. Epub 2010 Mar 7. Classification of Canine Malignant Lymphomas According to the World Health Organization Criteria. Valli VE, Myint MS, Barthel A, Bienzle D, Caswell J, Colbatzky F, Durham A, Ehrhart EJ, Johnson Y, Jones C, Kiupel M, Labelle P, Lester S, Miller M, Moore P, Moroff S, Roccabianca P, Ramos-Vara J, Ross A, Scase T, Tvedten H, Vernau W. Vet Pathol. 2010 Sep 22. Detection of calprotectin and its correlation to apoptosis within the equine colon from horses with black walnut extract-induced laminitis. L. Chiavaccini, D. M. Hassel, M. L. Shoemaker, J. B. Charles, J. K. Belknap, E. J. Ehrhart. Submitted Histologic evaluation of the immediate effects of diamond burr debridement in experimental superficial corneal wounds in dogs. E DaSilva, C Powell, J gionfriddo, EJ Ehrhart, A Hill. Submitted. Vet Ophthalmology 12/2010Recommended Guidelines for Submission, Trimming, Margin Evaluation, and Reporting of Tumor Biopsy Specimens in Veterinary Surgical Pathology. Kamstock DA, Ehrhart EJ, Getzy DM, Bacon NJ, Rassnick KM, Moroff SD, Liu SM, Straw RC, McKnight CA, Amorim RL, Bienzle D, Cassali GD, Cullen JM, Dennis MM, Esplin DG, Foster RA, Goldschmidt MH, Gruber AD, Hellmén E, Howerth EW, Labelle P, Lenz SD, Lipscomb TP, Locke E, McGill LD, Miller MA, Mouser PJ, O'Toole D, Pool RR, Powers BE, Ramos-Vara JA, Roccabianca P, Ross AD, Sailasuta A, Sarli G, Scase TJ, Schulman FY, Shoieb AM, Singh K, Sledge D, Smedley RC, Smith KC, Spangler WL, Steficek B, Stromberg PC, Valli VE, Yager J, Kiupel M. Vet Pathol. 2010 Dec 1Iridociliary melanoma with secondary lens luxation: distinctive findings in a long-horned cowfish (Lactoria cornuta). da Silva EG, Gionfriddo JR, Powell CC, Campbell TW, Ehrhart EJ. Vet Ophthalmol. 2010 Sep;13 Suppl:123-7. Azoospermia in an 8-month-old boar due to bilateral obstruction at the testis/epididymis interface Kristin M. Clements, Clifford F. Shipley, David A. Coleman, Eugene J. Ehrhart, Wanda M. Haschek, Sherrie G. Clark Can Vet J 2010;51:1130–1134 Preclinical investigation of PEGylated tumor necrosis factor alpha in dogs with spontaneous tumors: phase I evaluation. Thamm DH, Kurzman ID, Clark MA, Ehrhart EJ 3rd, Kraft SL, Gustafson DL, Vail DM. Clin Cancer Res. 2010 Mar 1;16(5):1498-508. Epub 2010 Feb 16. Leptospirosis and Tularemia in Raccoons (Procyon litor) of Larimer County, Colorado. C Duncan, G Kafsur, B Podell, LA Baeten, I LeVan, EJ Ehrhart, B Charles. Submitted. Revised and resubmitted, Zoonoses and Public Health. 12/2010Neovsacular proliferative vireoretinopathy reminischent of human retinopathy of prematurity; a morpholoic and immunohistochemical study in cats. A Hoffman, K Tawansy, R Dubielzig, EJ Ehrhart, JB Charles, M Zarfoss, C Schobert. Veterinary Ophthalmology. Submitted 2/2010. Under revision.

                
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