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This is a R35 MIRA award from NIGMS which is studying the impact of genetic variants, commonly found in Asians, on perioperative organ injury. This research is mainly focused in the basic science lab and we have recently begun to translate these findings into use in the clinic.
This project will determine how e-cigarette exposure, coupled with genetics, will impact the cardiopulmonary system.
The goal of this project is to determine the impact of e-cigarette aerosol exposures on the pulmonary system using cutting-edge basic science tools to study lung injury.
For a full description, see http://med.stanford.edu/grosslab.html