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The research activities of Clayton T. Cowl, M.D., are diverse and involve a variety of topics within aerospace and transportation medicine, as well as research into the conditions that are caused by or exacerbated due to environmental or occupational exposures.
Everyone is touched by the transportation industry — whether traveling on a commercial airliner, consuming goods from a local store or buying gas at the pump. Commercial vehicles transport billions of dollars of goods and hundreds of millions of people each year. Research involving the health of drivers and pilots as well as devices, such as emergency oxygen masks on board vehicles, is vital to the safety of roads and airways. Additionally, to maintain a healthy workforce, research is crucial in areas such as inhalation of toxic fumes, exposure to dusts and other occupational exposures.
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