We work with biotechnology and technology companies, philanthropic supporters, research colleagues and policymakers to accelerate scientific advances and extend the reach of our discoveries. It can take a decade or more for a new medicine to evolve from a finding in a research lab through clinical trials and approval. Our alliances help expedite the process by combining the financial, scientific and business expertise of multiple collaborators.
Bristol Myers Squibb is funding preclinical and clinical research at Fred Hutch to develop the next generation of cancer immunotherapies. The collaboration continues efforts established under Juno Therapeutics, now Bristol Myers Squibb. Juno was founded in 2013 as a collaboration between Fred Hutch, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Seattle Children’s Research Institute, combining cutting-edge immunotherapy expertise from all three institutions.
Fred Hutch collaborates with leading technology companies and organizations on game-changing data science projects. These include novel patient engagement tools that use biosensors and mobile apps, artificial intelligence and computer vision applications in radiology, and natural language processing tools to reduce the time burden of annotating patient records.