Welcome to the Center for Environmental Medicine, Asthma and Lung Biology. Our research focuses on the impact of environmental agents and pollutants on respiratory and systemic inflammation and physiology, which impacts airway diseases such as asthma, COPD, inhalational injury and airway infection as well as triggering cardiovascular disease.
We conduct research studies involving human volunteers that are aimed at examining the effect of challenge and exposure to a number of environmental agents, including ozone, endotoxin, diesel exhaust and other particulates. understanding the health effects of air pollution on the lung and heart.
We invite you to learn more about our research program, how our research is used to promote public health and our research training opportunities. To learn more about our current studies contact one of our research coordinators or select the following link.
We also conduct studies in collaboration with the U.S. EPA. To learn more about joint U.S. EPA / CEMALB studies select the following link.