ResearCHLA Magazine 2015

ResearCHLA magazine, the award-winning annual report of The Saban Research Institute, features stories about some of our most significant advances in basic, translational and clinical research. This year's edition focuses on how research informs the care we deliver every day at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

Check out some of our research stories from 2015


Gut Check Time

Investigators at The Saban Research Institute take a full-circle approach to a life-threatening intestinal disease that targets newborns. 

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He's All In

Facing the bleakest odds, Andreas Reiff, MD, helped launch a new age in the treatment of autoimmune disease. 

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RB or Not RB

 

CHLA is a world leader in the research and treatment of retinoblastoma, the No. 1 malignant eye tumor in children. 

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Personalized Medicine Across the Hospital

Genetic Information offers physicians a powerful tool to individualize patient care. 

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Out of Step

 

Why does one part of the premature infant’s brain develop out of step with the other? New studies may have the answer—and show the way to early intervention. 

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A Reason to Hope

Clinical trials offer cancer patients and their families access to potentially lifesaving alternatives when standard therapies haven’t helped. 

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From Cancer Patient to Med School Grad

The recurrence of his cancer changed Darren Russell’s life—in more ways than one.

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The Smallest Part of the Big Picture

Sickle cell disease symptoms all begin with the red blood cell. 

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He Hasn't Missed a Beat

Frank Ing sets a fast pace in his push to establish CHLA as a frontrunner in pediatric cardiology. 

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Putting Their Heads Together

 

Bradley Peterson, MD, answers questions about how CHLA intends to revolutionize the study of the young, developing mind. 

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The New Digital Frontier

 

Bioinformatics will harness the data pool so researchers across Los Angeles can more easily translate information into discoveries. 

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