In April, Dr. Susan Bullman and her husband, Dr. Christopher Johnston, each joined the Fred Hutch faculty. Since then, they have been staffing and stocking their own microbiology labs. With different areas of expertise, each is a leader in research on the human microbiota, the trillions of bacteria that inhabit our mouths, our gut and just about every square inch of our bodies.
The first time Dr. Heather Greenleepersonally came in contact with cancer, she was in high school. The patient was her stepfather, a physician. The diagnosis was glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain tumor. Greenlee was 17 when he was diagnosed, and she never forgot what it felt like to see someone she cared about suffer from cancer.
Join the Space Needle for its annual Base 2 Space, a fundraising stair climb to benefit Fred Hutch and the Space Needle Foundation. Scale the tower’s 832 open-air stairs and take in incredible views of downtown Seattle, Mt. Rainier and the Puget Sound region’s surrounding beauty as you ascend to the top of Seattle’s most iconic landmark.
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Join us at the Seattle Center for the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, where more than 80 pumpkin beers from near and far will be poured, including about 20 from Elysian’s pumpkin-crazed brewers. As always, 100% of proceeds will benefit Fred Hutch.