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Dell Pediatric Research Institute Receives $1 Million Gift from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Date:4/24/2008

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UT System News Release: Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Grants $50 Million to University of Texas to Bring Excellence in Children's Health and Education to Austin (05/15/06): http://www.utsystem.edu/news/2006/UTS-MSDFGrant05-15-06.htm

UT System News Release: UT System Regents Allocate Funds for Dell Pediatric Research Institute (08/23/07):

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