Austin earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Oklahoma State University and is now a medical student at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. His current research focuses include the effects of new technology on intubation training for medical providers and the effects of electronic cigarettes on DNA damage.
Selected Conference Presentations:
1. Milton A, Chinnaiyan M, Chissoe G, Brobst D, Sadhasivam B, Ganapathy V, and Queimado L. Puff Topography Among Single and Dual Users of Combustible Cigarettes, Pod-Based, and Mod-Based Electronic Cigarettes. 9th Annual Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Research Day, April 2, 2022, OUHSC, Oklahoma City, OK. Oral Presentation.
2. Milton A, Chinnaiyan M, and Queimado L. Puff topography determines toxins: comparing cigarette / E-cig dual users with single method users. 47th Annual Graduate Research Education And Technology (GREAT) Symposium, March 28-31, 2022, OUHSC, Oklahoma City, OK. Oral Presentation. Flash Talk Finalist.
3. Milton A, Chinnaiyan M, Chissoe G, Brobst D, Sadhasivam B, Ganapathy V, and Queimado L. Puffing Topography Among Exclusive Combustible Cigarette Users and Dual Users of Cigarettes and Pod-Based or Mod-Based Electronic Cigarettes. 2022 Stephenson Cancer Center Annual Cancer Research Symposium, March 4, 2022, Virtual Meeting. Virtual Poster.