About the Undergraduate Faculty Research Residency
Faculty from an institution with a diverse undergraduate population are invited to apply to conduct 10 weeks of summer research at the Fred Hutch in Seattle, Washington under the guidance of an investigator who shares similar research interests. The goals of the faculty research residency program are two-fold. First, this experience should increase the research capabilities of the visiting faculty member, with the goal of leading to external funding at his/her institution. Secondly, this experience will enable visiting science educators to become familiar with the training programs (undergraduate and graduate) available at the FHCRC/University of Washington and thereby broaden the research opportunities available to their undergraduate students.
About the Fred Hutch
The Fred Hutch [FHCRC] is a world leader in research to understand, treat, and prevent cancer, HIV/AIDS, and other life-threatening diseases. Founding members of the center are credited with pioneering bone-marrow transplantation as a successful treatment for leukemia and other blood diseases. Today, the Hutch is an institution of world-renowned depth and variety and home of three Nobel laureates. Recognized as one of 40 comprehensive cancer research centers, the FHCRC employs more than 2,700 scientists and staff who conduct research aimed at eliminating cancer and other diseases as a cause of human suffering and death. Learn more about the specific research interests of the faculty at the Hutch.