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HUTCH@HOME

Virtual Field Trips and Speaker Series

Hutch@Home brings virtual Fred Hutch science to our teachers and students through scientific talks and virtual lab tours. 

Tuesdays from 4-5pm PST 

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Upcoming Virtual Events

May 18
May 18

SEP Hutch@Home Speaker Series

4 - 5 p.m. PDT
Science Education Partnership hosts a monthly speaker series for high school teachers featuring presentations by Fred Hutch scientists to share their latest developments and recent research. This month’s speaker presentation features Rachel Ceballos, Ph.D.
Speaker or Presenter Denise Galloway
Location Virtual
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Lab Visit Videos

 

Virtual Field Trip to the Stanley Lee Lab

March 30, 2021

Virtual Field Trip to the Facilities and Engineering Department

February 23, 2021

Virtual Field Trip to the Goo Lab
Background on the Goo Lab

January 26, 2021

Virtual Field Trip to the Cheung Lab   
Background on the Cheung Lab

December 15, 2020


More videos are available on SEP's You Tube Channel

SCIENTIFIC TALKS

April 14, 2021

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

RECORDING COMING SOON
March 9, 2021

Doing Science Together: A Virologist and a Statistician Collaborate

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

RECORDING COMING SOON
February 9, 2021

...there are stem cells and then there are STEM CELLS

By Dr. Beverly Torok-Storb, Professor in the Clinical Research Division at Fred Hutch

RECORDING NOT AVAILABLE
December 1, 2020

Engaging Communities in a time of Uncertainty and Fear

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

 

RECORDED SESSION
Photo of Dr. Jesse Bloom
November 10, 2020

The Evolutionary Potential of SARS CoV-2

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

Recorded Session
Photo of Raquel Sanchez
August 25, 2020

Global Oncology Partnership with Uganda

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

Recorded Session
Photo of Dr. Taran Gujral
August 18, 2020

How Cancer Cell Social Network Shapes Drug Response

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

Recorded Session
Photo of Miranda Lahman in front of a body of water
August 11, 2020

Playing Hide and Seek with Cancer

By Miranda Lahman Graduate student, Chapuis Lab.

Recorded Session
Photo of Louisa Helms in the lab
August 4, 2020

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

By Louisa Helms, Graduate student, Freedman Lab UW.

Recorded Session
Photos from left to right of Craig Dee, Dante Morehead, and Dillon van Rensburg
July 28, 2020

Public Health Panel: What does a Community Health Educator Do?

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

Recorded Session
Photo of Dr. Steve Pergam
July 21, 2020

COVID-19 Q&A, Dr. Pergam's Personal Journey as a Scientist / Researcher

By Steven Pergam, MD, MPH.

Recorded Session
Black and white photo of Amanda Gunn
July 14, 2020

Rebuilding Broken Barriers; How the Nucleus Maintains its Integrity

By Dr. Amanda Lyn Gunn, Staff Scientist, Hatch Lab.

Recorded sesssion is available using the password:  7r%670S. (include the period).

Recorded Session
Photos from left to right, top to bottom, Terry Stevens Ayers, Laura Belmont,  Jackson Stuary, Robin Kaai, and Ami Yamamoto
June 30, 2020

Hutch United Panel: Journeys in Science

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 

Recorded Session
Photo of Ricky Padilla-Del Valle in the lab
June 23, 2020

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
Photo of Dr. Robert Bradley
June 16, 2020

Beyond the Central Dogma

By Dr. Rob Bradley, Professor Public Health Sciences, Basic Sciences. 

Recorded Session
Photo of Dr. Julie Overbaugh
June 2, 2020

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
Photo of Dr. Nina Salama
May 26, 2020

Can Bacteria Cause Cancer?

By Dr. Nina Salama, Professor Human Biology, Public Health Sciences, Basic Sciences. 

Recorded session available on our Youtube Channel

Recorded Session
Campus Photo
May 19, 2020

Genomic Epidemiology on the Frontline

By Dr. Alli Black, Epidemiologist in the Bedford Lab. 

Recorded session available on our Youtube Channel.

Recorded Session
Photo of Mollie McDonnell and her teacher mentee at a fume hood
May 12, 2020

HIV: A Story of Cross-Species Transmission

By Mollie McDonnell, graduate student in the Emerman Lab. 

Recorded session on our Youtube Channel.

Recorded Session
Photo of Alicia Morales at a fume hood with a pipet in her hand
May 5, 2020

Immunology 101: A Crash Course on the Immune System and Immunotherapies

By Alicia Morales, educator and research tech from Warren Lab.

Recorded session available on our Youtube Channel.

Recorded Session