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Our Divisions

Basic Sciences Division
Basic scientists answer fundamental biological questions and produces new insights on the basic biology of life processes and cancer development. Our faculty include structural, genetic, molecular, cellular, developmental and evolutionary biology investigators working in diverse areas related to all aspects of biology. There are 29 labs.

Clinical Research Division
The Clinical Research Division’s investigators conduct laboratory and patient-oriented research to better understand the mechanisms that drive cancer and other human diseases. It has expanded to encompass 12 diverse areas, including: Cord Blood Transplants, Gene therapy, Genetics, Solid Tumor and Immunotherapy. There are 43 labs.

Human Biology Division
Division researchers are using a multidisciplinary approach to achieve a better understanding, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of human disease. The research blends fundamental, applied, and translational research that is solidly grounded in high-quality basic research into molecular mechanisms, often performed in model organisms and in vitro systems.

Vaccine and Infection Disease Division
Research aims at preventing, diagnosing, treating and understanding infectious diseases. There is a wide range of research topics under investigation across the fields of biology, medicine and public health. VIDD is organized into four research programs that integrate multiple research interests: Biostatistics & Epidemiology, Global Oncology, Immunology and Vaccine Development, and Infectious Disease Sciences.

Public Health Sciences Division
The goal of the Public Health Sciences Division is to identify strategies that would ultimately reduce the incidence of and mortality from cancers and other diseases. The Division is comprised of the following major programs: Biostatistics, Cancer Prevention, Computational Biology, Epidemiology and Translational Research.

Hutch Data Commonwealth (HDC)
HDC represents an organization within Fred Hutchinson Caner Research Center with a mission to develop new capabilities and resources to facilitate the center’s interaction with large and complex data sets and cutting-edge software tools and technologies. 

EEO Statement

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is an equal opportunity employer, committed to workforce diversity. We strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans.