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Safe and Secure Payments. Easy returns. You might be interested in. Back to top. The program also supports research on the clinical management of asthma in adults and children, including the development of more precise, or individualized, treatment approaches. Other activities include health education research, demonstration and education projects on asthma management, and reducing health disparities in asthma outcomes. View funding information for the Asthma Program.
The program is particularly interested in mechanisms of injury and repair in the lung, pathways involved in the regulation of airway mucous secretion, genetic determinants of lung disease, gene therapeutic approaches to treat lung disease, and the properties and health effects of air pollution, including determinants of individual susceptibility to pollution. Research also includes the pathogenesis of emphysema, lung disease associated with alphaantitrypsin deficiency, and lung effects of exposure to nicotine and e-cigarettes.
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Clinical trials are testing a variety of existing and novel therapies. Applied studies are developing new methods of lung imaging by computed x-ray tomography or magnetic resonance imaging and are testing their ability to provide a better characterization of changes that occur in a lung with disease.
A growing area of interest is health education research and demonstration and education projects on disease management. Research focuses on airway epithelial ion transport, airway surface liquids, animal and cellular models for cystic fibrosis, signaling pathways in airway cells, regulation of mucin expression and secretion, mucociliary clearance of inhaled particles, mechanisms underlying the infectious and inflammatory aspects of cystic fibrosis lung disease, and development of treatments, including gene-editing approaches.
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