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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
AFC HAZARDOUS MATERIALS WORKER TRAINING oldfield, kenneth Alabama Fire College U45ES006155 Wright, Demia 1
AIRWAY STEM CELL ACTIVATION IN THE MITIGATION OF HALOGEN-INDUCED LUNG INJURY ahmad, shama University Of Alabama At Birmingham R21ES030525 Nadadur, Srikanth 0
BROMINE INHALATION INDUCED LUNG INJURY: NOVEL MECHANISMS AND TREATMENT STRATEGIES matalon, sadis University Of Alabama At Birmingham U01ES026458 Nadadur, Srikanth 35
CHEMOPREVENTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL UVB-INDUCED SKIN CANCER IN IMMUNOSUPPRESSED MICE athar, mohammad University Of Alabama At Birmingham R01ES026219 Humble, Michael 12
CIALIS® REVERSES HALOGEN INDUCED INJURY TO PREGNANT ANIMALS AND THEIR OFFSPRING matalon, sadis University Of Alabama At Birmingham U01ES027697 Nadadur, Srikanth 19
COAL ASH AND NEUROBEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS IN CHILDREN AGED 6-14 YEARS OLD. zierold, kristina marie University Of Alabama At Birmingham R01ES024757 Gray, Kimberly 2
ENVIRONMENTAL CADMIUM AND COPD antony, veena b. University Of Alabama At Birmingham R01ES029981 Carlin, Danielle 10
EXTRACELLULAR RNA AS THERAPEUTIC TARGET AFTER TOXIC CHEMICAL INHALATION ahmad, aftab University Of Alabama At Birmingham U01ES025069 Nadadur, Srikanth 9
IMPACT OF AIRBORNE HEAVY METALS ON LUNG DISEASE AND THE ENVIRONMENT antony, veena b. University Of Alabama At Birmingham P42ES027723 Carlin, Danielle 0
LUNG MACROPHAGE METABOLIC REPROGRAMMING IN ASBESTOS-INDUCED TOXICITY carter, a brent University Of Alabama At Birmingham R01ES015981 Carlin, Danielle 35
MEASURING GENOMIC DNA DAMAGE AND DNA REPAIR CAPACITY IN LONGITUDINAL POPULATION SAMPLES - A STEP TOWARDS PRECISION PREVENTION sobol, robert w University Of South Alabama U01ES029518 Boyles, Abee 2
MICROFLUIDIC NASAL EPITHELIAL ALI MODEL TO EVALUATE INHALATIONTOXICITY CAUSED BY ENGINEERED NANOMATERIALS ramsey, deborah michele Cfd Research Corporation R43ES030652 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
NOVEL THERAPEUTIC TARGETS FOR FLUOROACETATE-INDUCED TOXICITIES. ahmad, aftab University Of Alabama At Birmingham R21ES032353 Nadadur, Srikanth 0
REPAIR OF ENVIRONMENTALLY INDUCED MITOCHONDRIAL DNA DAMAGE prakash, aishwarya University Of South Alabama R01ES030084 Shaughnessy, Daniel 2
RODENTS DERIVED SYNTHETIC BLOOD BRAIN BARRIER MODELS FOR CHEMICAL TOXICITY SCREENING prabhakarpandian, balabhaskar Cfd Research Corporation R43ES029891 Ravichandran, Lingamanaidu 0
RT-SQUARED-M METHOD TO STUDY THE PRECISE ROLE OF MITOCHONDRIA IN THE OXIDATIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS mitra, kasturi University Of Alabama At Birmingham R33ES025662 Shaughnessy, Daniel 2
UAB RESEARCH CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN ARSENICALS athar, mohammad University Of Alabama At Birmingham U54ES030246 Nadadur, Srikanth 4
XENOESTROGEN REGULATION OF LEYDIG CELLS akingbemi, benson tokunbo Auburn University At Auburn R15ES015886 Schug, Thaddeus 4
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