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Bond LSC scientist Anand Chandrasekhar studies the zebrafish model to learn how motor neurons develop.

The Bond LSC exists to demonstrate that a scientific product can be greater than the sum of individual investigators if they are encouraged to work together across boundaries in a world-class environment.

Our innovative culture enables our 41 faculty investigators from 12 academic units to solve problems in human and animal health, the environment and agriculture.

Housed in Bond LSC are researchers from 12 departments and divisions in six schools and colleges:

Three distinct research clusters have formed among Bond LSC investigators:

Bond LSC also has four computational scientists whose interests include bioinformatics and biostatistics, pattern recognition, predictive models of protein structure and protein-protein interactions, and bioinformatics algorithms for systems biology. These informatics specialists partner with researchers across the life sciences spectrum, providing a critical area of expertise necessary in modern scientific research.