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Fred Hutch is committed to core principles that are the foundation of our scientific mission, including democracy, justice, equity and the pursuit of knowledge. We are determined to be an inclusive and equitable workplace that centers our work on the equal value of all human lives. We pursue justice and stand against acts or expressions of white supremacy and all forms of oppression because we understand that our mission is rooted in — and will only be possible through — our commitment to the best of humanity.

Read more about our upcoming faculty “cluster hire” and opportunities for early-career scientists from underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds through the Eddie Méndez Scholar Award.

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Dr. Shivani Srivastava
Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy for Solid Tumors

Dr. Shivani Srivastava works to understand how immune cells called T cells normally find and attack diseased cells successfully, and how biological mechanisms underlying these functions can be manipulated by scientists to develop more effective genetically engineered T-cell therapies against solid tumors.

Dr. Alice Berger
Genetics and Genomics

Targeted Lung Cancer Therapy

Targeted therapies have transformed outcomes for lung cancer patients. After reduced smoking rates, drugs that take aim at signature alterations in tumor cells are the main reason that the lung cancer death rate has dropped. Dr. Alice Berger is working to extend these advances to more patients with this malignancy.

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B + T = Immunotherapy: Harnessing the immune system to fight cancer
Speaker or Presenter Drs. Bruce Clurman, Rachel Bender Ignacio, Jim Boonyaratanakornkit, Stan Riddell and Shivani Srivastava
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