Art & Science Series

Art & Science partnering with Seattle Opera

Thank you for joining us! We had an amazing response to this event and are looking at opportunities for having an encore.


Join Fred Hutch and Seattle Opera for an enchanting evening showcasing the wonder and discovery of both science and music. The night will be a collaboration between two world-class researchers and Seattle Opera’s own performing artist. Together, they will take you on a journey of discovery, challenge and triumph, interweaving stories of scientific endeavor with selections from Mozart’sThe Magic Flute and Gaetano Donizetti's Daughter of the Regiment.

This evening will include complimentary hors d'oeuvres and beverages, interesting company an exclusive opportunity to engage both your academic and artistic perspectives.


Beverly Torok-Storb, Ph.D., is a Fred Hutch transplant biologist who has played an important part in the development of bone marrow transplantation.  She also mentors to a new generation of researchers through internship programs she has created.

Effie Petersdorf, M.D., is a Fred Hutch researcher in genetic matching of donors and is focused on gaining a better understanding of gene function in hematopoietic cell transplantation.  Her research includes finding ways to reduce acute graft-vs.-host disease and graft failure in transplant patients.  


Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015


6–8:15 p.m.


Weintraub Building, Pelton Auditorium
Fred Hutch Campus, 1100 Fairview Ave. N.  


Complimentary – Seating is Limited.  
RSVP is required


Parking is available in the employee surface lot accessible from Aloha Street. This lot is labeled “Employee Parking” on the map.

Contact or call Heather Neal at 206.667.1226 

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