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Bone Marrow Transplants Globally
This lifesaving advance — and many others — are possible because of Fred Hutch’s pioneering science.


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Researchers from Fred Hutch have been honored with the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine.


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Our science takes place around the world and has an impact on people everywhere.


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Patient participation is critical to our research, helping uncover new ways to prevent, detect and treat disease.


COVID-19 Research

More than one-fifth of Fred Hutch researchers have active projects related to COVID-19. Across the organization, scientists are tackling all aspects of the disease and the SARs-CoV-2 virus that causes it — including coordinating vaccine development, testing potential therapies, tracking how it spreads, how it affects our bodies and how to safely return to schools and offices.

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Fred Hutch is committed to becoming an anti-racist institution. In this endeavor, we are determined to strengthen and deepen our efforts that affirm the equal rights, value and protection of Black people and other minority communities — in the streets, on our campus and in our science.

This spring, we assessed our progress toward our goals and released an annual report in early June.

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Dr. Rachel Ceballos
Cancer Prevention

Reducing Stress, Advancing Justice

What drives biobehavioral scientist Dr. Rachel Ceballos is the idea of her research advancing social justice and empowering the underserved communities she works with. She develops culturally adapted interventions to fight stress and fend off disease. 

Dr. Harmit Malik

Insights From a Virus’s Past

Evolutionary biologist Dr. Harmit Malik is gaining insights into the struggles that have taken place over millions of years between viruses and their hosts that he hopes will lead to new strategies to save lives from deadly pathogens like HIV.

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Trevor Noah, comedian and host of "The Daily Show," will chat with three Hutch researchers who are fearlessly working to end cancer and COVID-19.
Speaker or Presenter Trevor Noah, Drs. Thomas J. Lynch Jr., Trevor Bedford, Phil Greenberg, and Rachel Issaka
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