Hutch@Home brings Fred Hutch science to our teachers and students. All sessions happen on Tuesday from 4-5pm PST and include virtual lectures, discussions, or panels with Fred Hutch scientists. To attend the live presentation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a link.
December 15 - Cheung Lab (tentative)
December 1 - Dr. Michelle Andrasik, Sr. Staff Scientist, Director, Social & Behavioral Sciences and Community Engagement, HIV Vaccine Trials Network and FH COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Coordinating Center
November 10, The Evolutionary Potential of SARS CoV-2, By Dr. Jesse Bloom, Associate Professor, Basic Sciences and Public Health Sciences Divisions. Recorded session.
August 25, Global oncology partnership with Uganda, By Raquel Sanchez, MBA, Managing Director, Global Oncology. Recorded session.
August 18, How cancer cell social network shapes drug response, By Dr. Taran Gujral, Assistant Professor, Human Biology Division. Recorded session.
August 11, Playing hide and seek with cancer, By Miranda Lahman Graduate student, Chapuis Lab. Recorded session.
August 4, Life in the Lab: What do scientists actually do all day? By Louisa Helms, Graduate student, Freedman Lab UW. Recorded session.
July 28, Public Health: What does a Community Health Educator Do? By Craig Dee, Dillon van Rensburg, & Dante' Morehead, Office of Community Outreach and Education. Bios of each speaker. Recorded session.
July 21, COVID-19 Q and A, Dr. Pergam's personal journey as a scientist/researcher. By Steven Pergam, MD, MPH. Recorded session.
July 14, Rebuilding broken barriers; how the nucleus maintains its integrity. By Dr. Amanda Lyn Gunn, Staff Scientist, Hatch Lab. Recorded session is available using the password 7r%670S. (include the period).
June 30, Journeys in Science Panel: Hutch United. Panel presented by members of Hutch United: Ami Yamamoto, PhD Student; Terry Stevens-Ayers, Research Technician; Laura Belmont PhD, Student; Jackson Stuart, PhD Student; Robin Kaai, PhD Student. Read Bios of Panelists. Recorded session is available using the password: 2i%+?^jN
June 23, It Takes Two to Tango: the Evolution of L1 Transposable Elements in the Human Genome. By Ricky Padilla-Del Valle, PhD Student, Mc Laughlin Lab, PNRI. Recorded session is available using the password 8E+E49WN
June 16, Beyond the Central Dogma. By Dr. Rob Bradley, Professor Public Health Sciences, Basic Sciences. Recorded session is available using the password: 0M@93h!+
June 9, Vaccines, Flow Cytometry Technology, and Public Health. By Julie Hill, MS, Technical Application Specialist, Cytek. Recorded session is available using the password: 0g^A26$E
June 2, The Power of International Collaborations: An Example for Studies of HIV infections of Infants. By Dr. Julie Overbaugh, Professor, Human Biology, Public Health Sciences. Recorded session is available using the password: 2I!9a!8Y
May 26th, Can Bacteria Cause Cancer? By Dr. Nina Salama, Professor Human Biology, Public Health Sciences, Basic Sciences. Recorded session is available using the password: 1b!3929I
May 19th, Genomic epidemiology on the frontline: learning about disease transmission from pathogen genome sequences. By Dr. Alli Black, Epidemiologist in the Bedford Lab. Recorded session is available using the password: 8Z&6k0=Z
May 12th, HIV: a story of cross-species transmission. By Mollie McDonnell, graduate student in the Emerman Lab. Recorded session is available using the password: 8w@132Dp
May 5th, Immunology 101: A Crash Course on the Immune System and Immunotherapies. By Alicia Morales, educator and research tech from Warren Lab. Recorded session is available using the password: 8O+?91^*
November 18/20, 3-5pm each day. Register
Stipend available and 4 STEM clock hours paid for
August 17/19, 3-5pm each day. Register
July 20/22, 3-5pm each day. Please contact SEP for links to recordings.
July 27/29, 3-5pm each day. Please contact SEP for links to recordings.
Recorded session is available using the password: 8D@yE6=1
We are excited to announce that an article co-authored by SEP staff and SEP teachers Wendy Crocker, Krystal Bass, and Debbie LaZerte has been published in The Science Teacher, the publication for high school science teachers from the National Science Teachers Association. The article, A New Twist on DNA Extraction, focuses on a new way to teach about DNA extraction that emphasizes opportunities for student argumentation and protocol design. ACCESS SEP LESSON and accompanying resources.