to listen to the presentation “From bench to bedside – the importance of basic science” a showcase of translational research by
The presentation on “Clinical Results from the Use of HMB to Prevent Muscle Loss During Bed Rest” by CTRAL director Dr. N.E.P. Deutz at the…
The Translational Research in Aging and Longevity group was broadcasted on ABC40 News to inform the community of our new state of the art lab and research center. Click on to go to the ABC40 website and watch the video.
From TAMU Times: New Texas A&M Program Translating Research in Aging To Real-World Patient Care. A burgeoning research program at Texas A&M University is focused on finding new treatments for older adults and extending the lives of patients of all ages.
We are the Translational Research in Aging and Longevity group, and we are new to TAMU. We arrived in April, and are in the process of building our wonderful new laboratory. We are in Suite 210 at 1700 Research Parkway. We hope to be up and running very soon.
Gabrie ten Have, one of TRAL research scientists, has received an ESPEN Research Fellowship grant to study the effect of enteral nutritional intervention on glutathione metabolism during Pseudomonas aeruginosa sepsis.