e~Aerosols Cited Periodicals and Publications


Anand Ranpara et al. (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health-NIOSH)

Effect of Puffing Behavior on Particle Size Distributions and Respiratory Depositions From Pod-Style Electronic Cigarette, or Vaping, Products Frontiers in Public Health, December 2021 (ECAG+)

Anand Ranpara et al. (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health-NIOSH)

Modeled Respiratory Tract Deposition of Aerosolized Oil Diluents Used in Δ9-THC-Based Electronic Cigarette Liquid Products Frontiers in Public Health, November 2021 (ECAG+)

Daniel J Smart et al. (Phillip Morris, Imperial Brands)

Collecting e‐cigarette aerosols for in vitro applications: A survey of the biomedical literature and opportunities to increase the value of submerged cell culture‐based assessments Journal of Applied Toxicology, October 2020 (ECAG)

Irfman  Rhaman et al. (University of Rochester Medical Center, New York University School of Medicine, UCLA)

Prenatal Exposure to E-Cigarette Aerosols Leads to Sex-dependent Pulmonary Extracellular Matrix Remodeling and Myogenesis in Offspring Mice American Journal of Respiratory Molecular Cell Biology, Aug 2020 (3 Port ECAG)

Zelikoff & Schwartzer et al. (New York University School of Medicine, Mount Holyoke College)

Neuroinflammatory and Behavioral Outcomes Measured in Adult Offspring of Mice Exposed Prenatally to E-Cigarette Aerosols Environmental Health Perspectives, April 2020 (3 Port ECAG)

Goniewicz et al. (Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

An Animal Model of Inhaled Vitamin E Acetate and EVALI-like Lung Injury New England Journal of Medicine, Feb 2020 (3-Port ECAG)

Deepak Saxena et al.  (New York University College of Dentistry, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY

Electronic Cigarette Aerosol Modulates the Oral Microbiome and Increases Risk of Infection Iscience Feb. 2020 (1-port ECAG)

 S. Srivastava M. Blaha et al. (Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,  American Heart Association Tobacco Regulation and Addiction Center, Department of Environmental Medicine, New York University School of Medicine,  Envirome Institute, University of Louisville

Electronic cigarettes and insulin resistance in animals and humans: Results of a controlled animal study and the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES 2013-2016)  PLOS ONE Dec. 2019 (3-port ECAG)

Moon-shong Tang, Xue-Ru Wu, Hyun-Wook Lee, Yong Xia, Fang-Ming Deng, Andre L. Moreira, Lung-Chi Chen, William C. Huang, and Herbert Lepor. (NYU School of Medicine

Electronic-cigarette smoke induces lung adenocarcinoma and bladder urothelial hyperplasia in mice Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Oct. 2019. (3-port ECAG)

Yuan-Wan Sun,Wieslawa Kosinska , Joseph B. Guttenplan (Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Basic Science, New York University College of Dentistry, Department of Environmental Medicine, New York University School of Medicine) 

E-cigarette Aerosol Condensate Enhances Metabolism of Benzo(a)pyrene to Genotoxic Products, and Induces CYP1A1 and CYP1B1, Likely by Activation of the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor. Int Journal Environmental Research & Public Health, July 2019 (1-port ECAG)

Jiayuan Zhao, Jordan Nelson, Oluwabunmi Dada, Georgios Pyrgiotakis, Ilias G. Kavouras & Philip Demokritou. (Harvard School of Public Health, University of Alabama)

Assessing electronic cigarette emissions: linking physico-chemical properties to product brand, e-liquid flavoring additives, operational voltage and user puffing patterns. Inhalation Toxicology, March 2018. (1-port ECAG)

Jiayuan Zhao, Yipei Zhang, Jennifer D. Sisler, Justine Shaffer, Stephen S. Leonard, Anna M. Morris, Yong Qian, Dhimiter Bello, Philip Demokritou. (Harvard School of Public Health, University of Massachusetts Lowell, NIOSH)

Assessment of reactive oxygen species generated by electronic cigarettes using acellular and cellular approaches. Journal of Hazardous Materials, Feb. 2018. (1-port ECAG)

Hyun-Wook Lee, Sung-Hyun Park, Mao-wen Weng, Hsiang-Tsui Wang, William C. Huang, Herbert Lepor, Xue-Ru Wu, Lung-Chi Chen and Moon-shong Tang. (NYU School of Medicine)

E-cigarette smoke damages DNA and reduces repair activity in mouse lung, heart, and bladder as well as in human lung and bladder cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Jan. 2018. (3-port ECAG)

Judith T Zelikoff, Nancy Parmalee, Kevin Corbett, Terry Gordon, Catherine B Klein, Michael Aschner. (NYU School of Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine)

Microglia Activation and Gene Expression Alteration of Neurotrophins in the Hippocampus Following Early Life Exposure to E-cigarette Aerosols in a Murine Model. Toxicological Sciences, Nov. 2017 (3-Port ECAG)

J. Zhao, G. Pyrgiotakis, P. Demokritou. (Harvard School of Public Health)

Development and characterization of electronic-cigarette exposure generation system (Ecig-EGS) for the physico-chemical and toxicological assessment of electronic cigarette emissions. Inhalation Toxicology, Nov. 2016. (1-Port ECAG)

Dana E. Lauterstein, Pamella B. Tijerina, Kevin Corbett, Betul Akgol Oksuz, Steven S. Shen, Terry Gordon, Catherine B. Klein, and Judith T. Zelikoff. (NYU School of Medicine)

 Frontal Cortex Transcriptome Analysis of Mice Exposed to Electronic Cigarettes During Early Life Stages. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, April 2016. (3-Port ECAG)

Meeting Abstracts 

T. Marczylo (Toxicology, PHE – Public Health England, Didcot, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. 2. PHE & King’s College London, Health Impacts of Environmental Hazards HPRU, London, United Kingdom) 

Research Symposium: The Smokefreebrain study: A multidisciplinary examination of e-cigarette toxicity ( [Meeting Abstract] Physiology, August 2019 (3-port ECAG)            

Moon-shong Tang, Hyun-Wook Lee, Lung-Chi Chen, Fang-Ming Deng, Yong Xia, William Huang, Lepor Herbert, Xue-Ru Wu (NYU School of Medicine)


Matthew D Wright, Nathan Goldsmith, Jelizaveta Zuikova, Isabella Römer, Tim Marczylo (Centre for Radiation, Chemical & Environmental Hazards (CRCE), Public Health England, Chilton, Didcot, OX11 0RQ, UK.
2 Centre for Biomedical Education, St George’s University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London, SW17 0RE, UK) 

Aerosol measurements from e-cigarette devices in an in vitro Air- Liquid Interface (ALI) cell exposure system [Meeting Abstract] Cambridge Particle Meeting 2018, June 2018, pg 26 (3-port ECAG)

Oluwabunmi M. Dada, Marie-Cecile G. Chalbot, Philip Demokritou, Ilias G. Kavouras, P. Demokritou, M. Papisov. (University of Alabama at Birmingham, The College of New Rochelle, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Studies)

Investigation of electronic cigarette refillable solutions and vapors [Meeting Abstract] AIHce 2018, May 2018. (1-port ECAG)

J.G. Venegas, J. Zhao, G.C. Motta Ribeiro, P. Demokritou, M. Papisov. (Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard School of Public Health)

Intrapulmonary Deposition and Uptake Kinetics of Electronic Cigarette Vapor Imaged with PET. [Meeting Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, May 2018. (1-port ECAG)

Makwana Shreya, Yang Jian, Pushalkar Smruti, Trinite Benjamin, Li, Xin, Saxena, Deepak  (New York University College of Dentistry) 

E-cigarette Aerosol Enhances Inflammatory Response in Oral Cells [Meeting Abstract] IADR 2018, March 2018. (1-port ECAG)

M. Wright, Nathan Goldsmith, J Zuikova, T Marczylo, (Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards (CRCE), Public Health England, Chilton, UK; Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education, St George’s University of London) 

Aerosol measurements from e-cigarette devices in an in vitro Air-Liquid Interface (ALI) cell exposure system [Meeting Abstract] Annual Aerosol Science Conference 2017, November 2017, pg 17 (3-port ECAG)

Hyun-Wook Lee, Sung-Hyun Park, Mao-wen Weng, Hsing-Tsui Wang, William Huang, Herbert Lepor, Xue-Ru Wu, Lung-Chi Chen, Moon-shong Tang. (NYU School of Medicine) 

PNFBA-11 E-cigarette Smoke is Potentially Bladder Carcinogenic – It Induces Tumorigenic DNA Adducts and Inhibits DNA Repair in Urothelial Cells [Meeting Abstract] The Journal of Urology, April 2017.(3-port ECAG) https://

Lauterstein, D. E.; Tijerina, P. B.; Corbett, K.; Gordon, T.; Aschner, M.; Parmalee, N.; Conrad, K.; Allen, J.; Cory-Slechta, D.; Zelikoff, J. T.; Klein, C. B. (NYU School of Medicine)

E-Cigarette Aerosols Induce Neurobiological and Neurobehavioral Alterations in Mice Exposed during Early Life [Meeting Abstract] Environmental & Molecular Mutagenesis, Sep 2016. (3-Port ECAG)

News Articles 

‘E-Cigarettes Are Bad News’: Researchers Link Them To Cancer In Mice
 Lisette Voytko (Forbes 2019)

NYU College of Dentistry – Global Health Nexus
e-Cigarette Use: A risk for Oral Health? 

By Deepak Saxena PhD and Xin Lee PhD (NYU College of Dentistry), Fall 2017

NYU College of Dentistry Awarded Four-Year, $1.6M Grant from NIH to Study the Biological and Physiological Effects of E-Cigs Electronic Aerosol Mixtures
Christopher James (NYU Press), Fall 2016