Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center is making great strides toward understanding the causes of many diseases, including hypertension, cancer, cystic fibrosis and heart disease. With this understanding comes the development of new and improved therapies - the ultimate goal of our researchers. Dalton investigators have earned excellent local, national and international reputations based on their publications, successful acquisition of national grants and presentations at scientific meetings.
The Bond Life Sciences Center at MU was designed with teamwork in mind. Our unique facilities and innovative culture allow researchers to form collaborations rarely seen on college campuses to solve problems in human and animal health, the environment and agriculture. Our innovative culture enables our 41 faculty investigators from 12 academic units to solve problems in human and animal health, the environment and agriculture.
The University of Missouri is developing one of the nation's most outstanding biomedical, clinical and translational science programs, in both the research and educational arenas. The university is particularly focused on translating the exceptional life science discoveries that occur across MU into community-based products, services and practices for our state and nation.