Kyle Bond


B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Stony Brook University, 2015


My PhD research involves studying transcriptional regulation in kidney cancer, developing a 3D cell culture system, and exploring alternative animal models such as the killifish. Currently I am working on collecting data for my thesis, writing papers, and applying for grant funding. I provide research and career mentorship for first year graduate students, interns, and undergraduates from the Southern Maine region. Lastly, I balance my remaining time volunteering at Reiche Elementary School, serving as the treasurer for my Career Development Association, and finding time to fish.

Selected Publications

  • Yin, W., Bond, K., Rouf, F., & Rubenstein, D. A. (2015). Altered Flow Changes Thrombin Generation Rate of Circulating Platelets. Annals of biomedical engineering, 1-11. Read Abstract

Dissertation Mentor