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  • Writer's pictureKerin M. Cahill

Postdoctoral Researcher Position Opening

The Postdoctoral Researcher will investigate the fundamental mechanisms at the epigenetic, molecular and cellular levels that underlie the developmental origins of health and disease, with respect to respiratory effects caused by distinct emerging inhaled environmental pollutants. The selected candidate will work on current projects examining the pulmonary toxicity induced by engineered nanoparticles, second-hand smoke, electronic cigarette vapor, hookah smoke, and a combination of multi-pollutants. The focus is the production and characterization of aerosols, and inhalation and developmental Toxicology.

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