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Graduate Research

Close-up of a student in lab.
Second-year PhD student and NIH IMSD trainee Mary Casey prepares to run gels as part of her research on the MOV10 protein, which inhibits HCV and HIV.

The questions we need answers to can’t be answered alone, which is why we’re training our graduate students to be the next generation of collaborative researchers.

Since 2004, faculty investigators at the Bond LSC have mentored more than 185 graduate students who have gone on to positions in industry and prestigious academic institutions in Missouri and around the world.

Are you interested in doing research at Bond LSC? Find faculty in your interest areas.

Doctoral students can be recommended by their departments and programs for the Life Science Fellowships Program.

Other support programs include NIH funded training grants and research grants to individual faculty members. For information about NIH training grants, contact Sandy Gummersheimer at

MU Life Sciences Departments & Programs