Department Head and Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Director, Respiratory Technologies Laboratory
E-cigarettes and devices - evaluation of products RE: reduced emissions and addictive potential
Dynamic behavior of inhaled particles as a means to study the toxicological effects of various tobacco products and nicotine delivery devices.
Aerosol mechanics, fluid dynamics and particle transport and deposition in systems, including the respiratory tract.
Ph. D., mechanical engineering, 1999, University of Buffalo
MS and BS degrees, imaging science and mechanical engineering, RIT
ELATE Fellow, Executive Leadership in Academic technology & Engineering
ABET Program Evaluator, American Society of Mechanical Engineering
Chair, curriculum & assessment committee, RIT mechanical engineering department
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