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Lab Tour Videos

SEP's Hutch@Home: Virtual Field Trips give students and community members a look into different labs at the Hutch, their research, and the people who do the research. Lab Tour events include a live Q and A. Recordings of the Lab Tours are available here and on SEP's Youtube Channel.

Preview of Lee Lab Virtual Field Trip

Virtual Field Trip to the Campbell Lab

Virtual Field Trip to the Parkhurst Lab

Virtual Field Trip to the Warren Lab

Field Trip to the Lee Lab

Virtual Field Trip to the Goo Lab

Virtual Field Trip to the Boekch Lab

SCIENTIFIC TALKS

To watch other Hutch@Home Speaker Series videos please visit SEP's Youtube Channel.

Photo of Dr. Denise Galloway

Don't forget about your HPV vaccine!

By Dr. Denise Galloway Scientific Director Pathogen-Associated Malignancies Integrated Research Center (PAM IRC), Professor Human Biology and Public Health Sciences Division

RECORDED SESSION
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Health is a Social Justice Issue

By Dr. Rachel Ceballos, Associate Professor in the Cancer Prevention Program and in the Public Health Sciences Division at Fred Hutch

RECORDED SESSION
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Doing Science Together: A Virologist and a Statistician Collaborate

By Dr. Raabya Rossenkhan, a virologist who studies HIV, and Dr. Paul Edlefsen, a statistician, in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division at Fred Hutch. 

RECORDED SESSION
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Engaging Communities in a time of Uncertainty and Fear

By Dr Michele Andrasik the Director of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Community Engagement, HIV Vaccine Trials Network

 

RECORDED SESSION
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The Evolutionary Potential of SARS-CoV-2

By Dr. Jesse Bloom, Associate Professor, Basic Sciences and Public Health Sciences Divisions.

RECORDED SESSION
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How Cancer Cell Social Network Shapes Drug Response

By Dr. Taran Gujral, Assistant Professor, Human Biology Division.

Recorded Session
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Global Oncology Partnership with Uganda

By Raquel Sanchez, MBA, Managing Director, Global Oncology.

Recorded Session
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The Thymus: the most important organ you've never heard of

By Dr. Jarrod Dudakov, Associate Professor, Immunology and Clinical Research Divisions

Recorded Session
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Dr. Pergam's personal journey as a scientist/researcher

By Dr. Steve Pergam, Professor, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division and Clinical Research Division

Medical Director of Infection Control and Prevention, Fred Hutch

RECORDED SESSION
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Public Health: What does a Community Health Educator do?

By Craig Dee, Dillon van Rensburg, and Dante' Morehead from the Office of Community Outreach and Education

RECORDED SESSION
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Life in the Lab: What do scientists actually do all day?

By Louisa Helms, Graduate student in the Freedman Lab at the University of Washington

RECORDED SESSION
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Playing Hide and Seek with Cancer

By Miranda Lahman Graduate student from the Chapuis Lab in the Clinical Research Division

RECORDED SESSION
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The Power of International Collaborations: An Example From Studies of HIV Infection of Infants

By Dr. Julie Overbaugh Professor, Human Biology and Public Health Sciences Division

RECOREDED SESSION
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Vaccines, Technology, and Public Health

By Julie Hill, MS Technical Applications Specialist, Cytek Bioscience 

RECORDED SESSION
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Beyond the Central Dogma

By Dr. Robert Bradley, Professor, Herbold Computational Biology Program Public Health Sciences Division and Basic Sciences Division

RECORDED SESSION
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Rebuilding broken barriers; how the nucleus maintains its integrity

Dr. Amanda Lyn Gunn from the Hatch Lab in the Basic Sciences Division and Human Biology Division

RECORDED SESSION
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Immunology 101

By Alicia Morales in the Warren Lab in the Vaccines and Infectious Diseases Division

RECORDED SESSION
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HIV: a story of cross species transmission

By Mollie McDonnell in the Emerman Lab 

RECORDED SESSION
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Genomic epidemiology on the frontlines: Learning about disease transmission from pathogen genome sequences

By Allison Black in the Bedford Lab in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease, Public Health Sciences and Human Biology Divisions

RECORDED SESSION
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Can Bacteria Cause Cancer?

By Dr. Nina Salama Professor Human Biology Division and Public Health Sciences Division

RECORDED SESSION