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Vincent Bond
Title Professor and Chair of Microbiology, Biochemistry
Faculty Rank Professor
Degree Ph.D.
Institution Morehouse School of Medicine
Department Microbiology, Biochemistry, Immunology
Clusters HIV/AIDS
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Morehouse School of Medicine
720 Westview Drive, SW
City Atlanta
State GA
Postal Code 30310
Telephone (404) 752-1862
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Title Adjunct CFAR Investigator
Institution Emory Center for AIDS Research
Department http://www.cfar.emory.edu/bio/adjunct/bond.html
Division "HIV/AIDS","HIV/AIDS"

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2007 Morehouse School of Medicine Deans Service Award
2008 Morehouse School of Medicine Faculty Appreciation Award
2008 Morehouse School of Medicine Outstanding Mentor Award
2012 Morehouse School of Medicine Outstanding Mentor Award
2014 Morehouse School of Medicine Outstandng Mentor Award

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  Dr. Vincent Bond is an HIV/AIDS researcher, presenting his work at numerous national as well as international HIV meetings. He has served as ad hoc reviewer for several leading virological journals and has authored/co-authored over 125 scientific communications. These communications include: abstracts, six patent applications, two granted patents, and 45 publications, 31 of which are articles in peer-reviewed journals focused on aspects of HIV pathogenesis research. He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. at the Pennsylvania State University in Viral Genetics, and subsequently, did a postdoctoral fellowship at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). There he extended his knowledge of host systems through the study of basic cell biology processes. Simultaneously, the basic life processes of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus I (HIV-1) were being elucidated elsewhere. Interesting commonalities between his cell work at Caltech, and aspects of HIV biology, enticed him, on arriving at the Morehouse School of Medicine in 1990, to begin to look at host-HIV-1 interactions and the role, if any, this plays in progression to AIDS. Currently, a Professor of Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Immunology, he has studied HIV/AIDS for 20 years and is an expert in HIV pathogenesis. His lab has focused its efforts on understanding the role(s) played by HIV-1 accessory proteins in the pathogenic manipulation of host systems. Over the last decade his lab has focused on the role of extracellular Nef-containing exosomes in HIV/SIV infection and pathogenesis leading to AIDS. Publications arising out of grant funded research have shown that the Nef protein is released from viral-infected cells in exosomal vesicles that can induce apoptosis, or can cause gene dysregulation in bystander cells leading to immune depletion/dysfunction capable of causing the pathogenesis leading to AIDS. This work has the potential to lead to newly identified targets for AIDS therapy and a potential therapeutic antagonist. It also has therapeutic ramifications for cancer therapy.

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RTRN Member - Steering Committee
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH BIOMEDICAL - BASIC
BIOMEDICAL - BASIC BIOLOGICAL IMMUNOLOGY
BIOMEDICAL - BASIC CELL BIOLOGY
BIOMEDICAL - BASIC MICROBIOLOGY
BIOMEDICAL - BASIC MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

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  Research projects funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

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2017Morehouse School of Medicine G12 Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Center3G12MD007602-30S3
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2016Morehouse School of Medicine G12 Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Center3G12MD007602-30S2
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2016BIOTECHNOLOGY SERVICES LAB 3G12MD007602-30S1
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2016Morehouse School of Medicine G12 Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Center3G12MD007602-30S1
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2016PILOT PROJECT - HARP3G12MD007602-30S2
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2015TRANSLATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAM5G12MD007602-30
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2015EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CIRCADIAN DISRUPTION ON STROKE OUTCOME IN MICE5G12MD007602-30
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2015CELLS AND TISSUE IMAGING CORE5G12MD007602-30
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2015Morehouse School of Medicine G12 Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Center5G12MD007602-30
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2015STUDY DESIGN, BIOSTATISTICS, AND DATA MANAGEMENT5G12MD007602-30
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2015EVALUATION5G12MD007602-30
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2015miRNA AS POTENTIAL REGULATOR OF ANGIOGENESIS IN ENDOMETRIOSIS5G12MD007602-30
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2015BIOTECHNOLOGY SERVICE LAB5G12MD007602-30
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2015BIOLOGICAL MANIPULATION CORE5G12MD007602-30
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2015MENTORING ACADEMY 5G12MD007602-30
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2015ROAD TO PREVENTING BACTERIAL INFECTIONS DURING INRAVENOUS LINE ACCESS5G12MD007602-30
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2015TRANSPLANTATION OF EXOSOMES FROM HYPOXIA-PRECONDITIONED ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS PROMOTES ANGIOGENESIS IN ISCHEMIC HEART5G12MD007602-30
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2015MiRNA AS A BIOMARKER FOR CHLAMYDIA INDUCED TUBAL FACTOR INFERTILITY (TFI)5G12MD007602-30
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2015IMPROVING PROSTATE CANCER THERAPY USING A NOVEL PBM NANOPARTICLE5G12MD007602-30
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2015BIOINFORMATICS UNIT/INFORMATICS, COMPUTATIONAL & ANALYTICS5G12MD007602-30
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2015ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND PROTEIN PROFILING5G12MD007602-30
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2014Morehouse School of Medicine G12 Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Center5G12MD007602-29
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2012Morehouse School of Medicine G12 Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Center8G12MD007602-27
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2011Enhancement of the Capacity for Biomedical Research (RCMI)3G12RR003034-25S1
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2011Morehouse School of Medicine G12 Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Center2G12RR003034-26
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2011AIDS INFRASTRUCTURE AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT2G12RR003034-26
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2010Enhancement of the Capacity for Biomedical Research (RCMI)5G12RR003034-25
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2010AIDS INFRASTRUCTURE AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT5G12RR003034-25
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2009Enhancement of the Capacity for Biomedical Research (RCMI)3G12RR003034-24S1
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2009AIDS INFRASTRUCTURE AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT5G12RR003034-24
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2009Role of Nef in T-cell Depletion5S06GM008248-23
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2008Role of Nef in T-cell Depletion5S06GM008248-22
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2007Role of Nef in T-cell Depletion5S06GM008248-21