A postdoctoral scholar or "postdoc" is an individual holding a doctoral degree who is engaged in a temporary period of mentored research and/or scholarly training for the purpose of acquiring the professional skills needed to pursue a career path of his or her choosing. Clinical fellows who extend their research training at the Hutch after their clinical fellowship has ended are considered postdocs.
Any postdocs on a current work visa. All others are classified as U.S. citizens/permanent residents.
U.S. citizens who are Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, or other Pacific Islander or multiracial when at least one of the preceding URM racial/ethnic groups has been indicated.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center is a member of the Coalition for Next Generation Life Science. The Coalition seeks to improve transparency related to career prospects and opportunities for life sciences trainees, including both graduate students and postdocs.