UNC Study findings suggest some individuals are genetically more vulnerable to harm from air pollution

Rahul GondaliaJune 9, 2017
Rahul Gondalia, MPH, a doctoral student of epidemiology in the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, is lead author of the new study. His findings suggest that some individuals may have an inherent genetic susceptibility to experiencing longer QT intervals upon exposure to elevated levels of particulate matter in the air.