Alex P. Carll, Ph.D., M.S.P.H.

Mechanistic and Translational Toxicology (MTT) Research Interest Group Member


Assistant Professor
Department of Physiology
Dr. Carll's research evaluates the impacts of multiple inhaled toxins (traffic-related, printer-derived, and ambient particulate matter, as well as volatile organic compounds and e-cigarette aerosols) on cardiac electrical activity, mechanical performance, and neural regulation, and the mechanisms by which they occur. 

Research Keywords: Inhaled toxins, volatile organic compunds (VOCs), e-cigarettes, cardiac electrophysiology, autonomic nervous system, arrhythmia

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