Dr. Matthias Salathe, professor of medicine and molecular and cellular pharmacology at the University of Miami, who is leading a study using a $1.95 million grant from the Florida Department of Health to measure the health risks of e-cigarettes. He is pictured here in the lab where he will conduct the five-year study.
Dr. Matthias Salathe, professor of medicine and molecular and cellular pharmacology at the University of Miami, who is leading a study using a $1.95 million grant from the Florida Department of Health to measure the health risks of e-cigarettes. He is pictured here in the lab where he will conduct the five-year study. "BiomeUMiami" Courtesy of the University of Miami
Dr. Matthias Salathe, professor of medicine and molecular and cellular pharmacology at the University of Miami, who is leading a study using a $1.95 million grant from the Florida Department of Health to measure the health risks of e-cigarettes. He is pictured here in the lab where he will conduct the five-year study. "BiomeUMiami" Courtesy of the University of Miami

University of Miami to study the health effects of e-cigarettes

May 07, 2015 06:36 PM

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