Enhancements    

ROLE OF MATERNAL E-CIG USE IN EMBRYONIC TO POSTNATAL STAGES OF BRAIN ANGIOGENESIS IN OFFSPRINGS

ROLE OF MATERNAL E-CIG USE IN EMBRYONIC TO POSTNATAL STAGES OF BRAIN ANGIOGENESIS IN OFFSPRINGS
PI: Robert Kirken
Co-PI: Taslim Al-hilal
Sponsor: NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH) THROUGH NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON MINORITY HEALTH AND HEALTH DISPARITIES
Border Biomedical Research Center (BBRC)
Amount awarded: $151,000

This research assesses the harm of maternal e-cigarette use on the cerebrovascular system of offspring, identifies the genes that are highly compromised due to the potential toxicity of these products, and examines the impact of prenatal e-cigarette use on lifelong brain injuries.

Posting date: Thu, 08/26/2021

Award start date: Wed, 09/01/2021
Award end date: Thu, 02/29/2024