Publications and Reports

Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute (LRRI) is the nation’s largest independent, not-for-profit organization conducting basic and applied research on the causes, prevention and treatment of respiratory illness and disease. LRRI is known for its legacy of pioneering work conducted by dedicated and well-respected scientists since 1947.

LRRI is pleased to share a wealth of information, some of it dating back to 1947, with the scientific community and the public.There are two sources for accessing our research publications, reports, posters and seminars: the PubMed database and the LRRI Institutional Repository.
View a list of all LRRI scientific publications in PubMed. PubMed comprises citations for biomedical literature, life science journals and online books. Some citations include full-text links to PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
Our Institutional Repository  has considerable and significant research in our institutional repository available to the public. Much of our current work is there, as well as materials dating back decades.
Reports can be an excellent source of information that may not have made it into the publication mainstream--these reports are often referred to as grey literature. View a list of LRRI reports in the repository: Reports and posters.
The LRRI Seminar Series presents speakers throughout the year who share their insights and research activities at our facility with staff and visitors. Seminars are one of the most comprehensive and efficient mechanisms for transmitting scholarly information about the latest advances in respiratory research. View Video Seminars.
Browse the entire LRRI Institutional Repository by clicking on this link: