Michael Charles Bond, M.D.

Dr. Michael Charles Bond, M.D.

Education:

  • May 2015 University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
    Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)
  • May 2010 Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL
    M.A. in Medical Sciences
  • May 2005 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
    B.S. in Chemistry

Postgraduate Training:

  • July 2018 - June 2020
    Fellowship in Nephrology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
    Chicago, IL
  • June 2015 - June 2018
    Residency in Internal Medicine, Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
    Cleveland, OH

Medical Licensure:

  • North Carolina - License #2020-02442 (expires 5/14/2021) - Active
  • Illinois - License #036.145645 (expires 7/31/2020) - Active
  • DEA Registration #FB9402861 (expires 7/31/2023) - Active

Certifications:

  • American Board of Internal Medicine - Nephrology - Board Eligible
    (November 2020 anticipated exam date)
  • American Board of Internal Medicine - Board Certified 2018-2028

Professional Memberships:

  • American Society of Nephrology
  • National Kidney Foundation

Previous Employment and Research Experience:

  • 1. August 2010 - July 2011
    Research Associate, NorthShore University Healthsystem, Evanston, IL
  • Coordinated laboratory and clinical breast cancer research for surgical oncologist Dr. Katharine Yao. Laboratory project investigated the role of adipokines and fatty acids in breast tumor growth using a combination of cell culture, western blotting, and immunohistochemistry techniques, culminating in a publication in Annals of Surgical Oncology. In addition, launched two retrospective chart reviews 1) studying the role of preoperative MRI on the surgical management of breast cancer; and 2) reviewing of the 10-year lumpectomy re-excision rates at NorthShore.
  • 2. February 2007 - August 2009
    Research Technician II, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
  • Managed a translational research drug discovery project utilizing high-throughput, robotic imagebased platform to screen tens of thousands of small molecules for modulators of the Hedgehog/Smoothened, Wnt/Frizzled and TGFb signaling pathways for development into cancer and regenerative medicine therapies. Validated these results in in vitro cell culture and in vivo mouse models. Wrote and edited manuscripts for publication, grant applications, and amendments to institutional animal use protocols.
  • 3. October 2005 - February 2007
    Research Specialist, UNC School of Public Health, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Studied the roles of Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription-3 (STAT-3) and Protein Inhibitor of Activated STAT-3 (PIAS-3) in adipogenesis and obesity using a combination of PCR, cloning, western blotting, cell culture, immunocytochemistry, and mouse models. Managed inventory of lab supplies, records of monthly expenditures, and compliance with university laboratory safety guidelines. Assisted graduate student in work with mice, including anesthetization, blood collection, dissection and tissue harvesting.
  • 4. May 2005 - September 2005
    Research Technician, UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Paid position continuing my undergraduate research with Dr. Con Beckers lab described below.
  • 5. June 2004 - May 2005
    Undergraduate Research, UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Individually cloned and expressed the 4 domains of the phospholipase C (PLC) protein in the parasite Toxoplasma gondii in order to determine which of them drives the intracellular localization of the intact protein, using a combination of PCR, cloning, western blotting, and immunofluorescence microscopy. Also organized and maintained lab supply of sterile glassware, growth media and reagents.

Publications:

  • 1. Bond MC, Ellis DH, Sims CC, & Wilson LA. Urolithiasis as an Unusual Cause of Failure to Thrive. J Am Geriatr Soc, 62(7) : 1409-1410 (2014).
  • 2. Gnerlich JL, Yao KA, Fitchev PS, Goldschmidt RA, Bond MC, Cornwell M, Crawford SE. Peritumoral Expression of Adipokines and Fatty Acids in Breast Cancer. Ann Surg Onc 20(Suppl 3): 731-738 (2013).
  • 3. Wang J, Lu J, Bond MC, Chen M, Ren XR, Lyerly HK, Barak LS, Chen W. Identification of Select Glucocorticoids as Smoothened Agonists: Potential Utility for Regenerative Medicine. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 107(20): 9323-9328 (2010).
  • 4. Chen M, Wang J, Lu J, Bond MC, Ren, X-R, Lyerly, HK, Barak, LS and Chen, W. The Anti-Helminthic Niclosamide Inhibits Wnt/Frizzled1 Signaling. Biochemistry 48: 10267-10274 (2009).
  • 5. Cernkovich ER, Deng J, Bond MC, Combs TP, and Harp, JB. Adipose-Specific Disruption of Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription 3 Increases Body Weight and Adiposity. Endocrinology 149: 1581-1590 (2008).

Poster Presentations:

  • 1. Bond MC , Kanwar YS, Ahya S. A Case of IgG4-RD Manifesting as Kidney Disease: Idiopathic or Lymphoproliferative Etiology? Presented at American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week; 2019 Nov 5-10, Washington, DC.
  • 2. Bond MC , Desai N, Wilson B, and Rahman M. Effect of Aspirin on Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes in ALLHAT Participants With and Without CKD. Presented at American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week; 2018 Oct 23-28, San Diego, CA.

Honors and Awards:

University of North Carolina
  • 1. Dean's List - Fall 2001, Spring 2003, Fall 2004
  • 2. National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Activities:

University of North Carolina School of Medicine
  • 1. 2012 - 2015 - Larry D. Keith Advisory Colleges, Advocate for Smithies College
    Along with a co-advocate, served as a mentor for the Smithies College students in the UNC School of Medicine Class of 2016, providing guidance and advice to help them succeed each year in medical school. Also helped plan and coordinate the MS1 week of orientation in Fall 2012.
  • 2. Medical Education Development (MED) Program, Teaching Assistant Summer 2012
    Instructed laboratory sessions and provided supplemental small group and one-on-one instruction for the Microbiology and Gross Anatomy courses in this rigorous summer-long program for minority and economically disadvantaged undergraduate students pursuing admission to medical and dental school.
Loyola University Chicago
  • 1. 2009 - 2011 - Old Irving Park Community Clinic, Volunteer Clinic Assistant
    Conducted complete medical histories for new patients establishing care, took patient vital signs and History of Present Illness at each appointment, and explained physicians' after-visit instructions to patients at this free clinic serving Chicago's uninsured.
  • Other
  • 1. 2007-2009 - B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, Youth Group Advisor, Raleigh, NC
    Provided guidance to high school youth group members as they planned and participated in many Judaic, social, athletic, and community service programs. Traveled with them to several weekendlong conventions with other chapters from NC and VA throughout the year, where they competed in original song, scrapbook, oratory, and athletic events.