Seattle surgeon Dr. Bill Hutchinson established a living memorial to his brother, Fred, a baseball legend who died of cancer at age 45, by establishing Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in 1975.
Fred Hutch employs more than 5,700 people in a wide range of occupations. Find out more about our career opportunities.
Under the direction of well-known cancer leader, Dr. Thomas Lynch, our leadership team is guiding Fred Hutch toward more groundbreaking discoveries.
Fred Hutch is committed to training the next generation of scientific leaders from diverse backgrounds. Our programs reach students at all academic levels and help science teachers grow professionally.
We're tackling cancer from every angle in our research labs and in collaborative projects that span the globe.
We offer a breadth of leading-edge treatments, some not available elsewhere — plus the opportunity to participate in clinical trials.
Meet the team that seeks convergence between science and business, leading to high-impact partnerships with industry, licensing agreements, and spinouts and startups.
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