Vladimir B. Mikheev, Ph.D
Vladimir B. Mikheev, PhD, has more than 35 years of experience characterizing and generating complex physicochemical mixtures, such as e-cigarette aerosol, mainstream and sidestream tobacco smoke, liquid aerosol, dust particles, nanoparticles, and vapors containing organic and inorganic compounds. He has served as a Research Leader on a variety of in-vivo aerosol exposure studies funded by NIH, and as a Principal Investigator, Co-Investigator, or a Key Researcher on academic, FDA, and DOE-funded studies. He is
currently investigating how product design and operating conditions of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) affect the physical and chemical properties of aerosol/vapor inhaled by users.