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About Laura Bond

Laura Bond started at Boise State University in 1989 as an Adjunct Faculty member in the Department of Mathematics.  She is currently the Bioinformatics Coordinator for the Biomolecular Research Center (BRC), a Statistical Consultant, and an Assistant Research Professor.  She earned a MS in Statistics and a BS in Zoology from the University of California, Davis.  Ms. Bond has experience applying diverse statistical methods across disciplines and has collaborated on a number of publications with a variety of departments on campus besides the BRC, including the Raptor Research Center and the Department of Kinesiology.  Her expertise includes study design, data analysis, generalized and linear hierarchical mixed modeling, and methodology.

Positions

2005 - Present Assistant Research Professor, Boise State University Department of Mathematics
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2005 - Present Bioinformatics Coordinator, Boise State University Biomolecular Research Center
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1993 - Present Statistical Consultant, Boise State University
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Honors and Awards

  • 2002 - Chapter Service Recognition, American Statistical Association, Snake River Chapter

Education

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September 1988 MS, University of California, Davis ‐ Statistics
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June 1984 BS, University of California, Davis ‐ Zoology
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Articles (17)

Student Mentored Work (2)