Researchers at DPRI, working closely with doctors, seek ways to improve treatment for children diagnosed with two common forms of pediatric leukemia.
Jenna Fahle has found a wonderful way to beat the Texas heat this summer–she is interning in Nome, Alaska.
Red Wine Component Can Undo Some of the Harm Done by Poor Diet, Nutritional Science Researchers Find
For the first time, researchers have demonstrated that resveratrol — which is abundantly available in red wine and also found in grapes, peanuts and berries — can ease some of the negative effects on the immune system caused by a diet high in fat.
The Dell Pediatric Research Institute (DPRI) is The University of Texas at Austin’s new state-of-the-art medical research facility that will advance understanding of childhood diseases and disorders and help take pediatric care in Central Texas to a new level.