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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. Rasi Subramaniam
Data Science

The Math of Proteins

Dr. Rasi Subramaniam has always been interested in understanding the fundamental aspects of how things work. While his research career began in theoretical physics, he now studies one of the most essential processes of biology: how cells turn the genetic information contained in DNA into proteins, the components that make cells function. 

Dr. Amanda Paulovich
Diagnostics & Biomarkers

Proteomics for Precision Oncology

Dr. Amanda Paulovich is developing technologies to rapidly screen large numbers of candidate protein biomarkers in the hundreds of patient samples necessary for verification. Her goal is to usher in a new era of cancer treatment with highly accurate early detection and targeted therapies.

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