LRRI

AcronymDefinition
LRRILovelace Respiratory Research Institute
LRRILabrador Retriever Rescue of Indiana, Inc. (dogs)
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Their three daughters had not accompanied them, and the youngest, Jacqueline Lovelace Johnson, is the current Chair of the LRRI Board of Directors.
The reorganization and strengthening of LRRI has been very successful, especially in view of the tight, highly competitive research funding environment in which it has occurred.
LRRI scientists work in a wide range of broad research disciplines, including:
LRRI is committed to improving public health by preventing, treating, and curing respiratory disease.
DE was generated from a single-cylinder, 5,500-watt, Yanmar diesel generator (Yanmar, Adairsville, GA) using nationally certified diesel fuel at the LRRI facility.
Based in Albuquerque as a partnership of The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and the Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute (LRRI), the NIEHS-funded center comprises major research cores in environmental cancer and oxidative stress, cardiovascular toxicology, environmental lung disease, and population health and epidemiology.
The grant project will draw on the LRRI's expertise in environmental assessment and the university Health Sciences Center's clinical expertise.
The inhalation toxicology facilities of the LRRI also support center investigations in environmental cardiology, a relatively new discipline.
We purchased 300 12-week-old male Wistar rats (Charles River Laboratories, Wilmington, MA) and maintained them in the Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute (LRRI) animal facility.
Berger for assistance with the morphometry and the members of the LRRI Technical Communications Unit for help in preparation of this manuscript.