Basic Sciences Division - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Basic Sciences Division

Making Foundational Discoveries

Our Faculty

Basic scientists answer fundamental biological questions and produce new insights on the basic biology of life processes and cancer development.  Our faculty include structural, genetic, molecular, cellular, developmental and evolutionary biology investigators working in diverse areas related to all aspects of biology.  

Latest News

Dr. Biggins named a 2017 ASCB fellow

The American Society for Cell Biology has named Fred Hutch biologist Dr. Sue Biggins as a fellow in the second year of its Fellows award program.

Scientific Excellence

About Our Division

Basic science discoveries are the foundation for understanding the causes of and developing the treatments for human disease.  Our varied research interests have led to a number of significant discoveries.

scheduled seminars

Current Biology Series

Features weekly seminars with presentations by Hutch and outside scientists to share the latest developments and recent research.

  • Nov 21 Dana Miller, (Shou)
  • Nov 28 Chuan He, (Henikoff)
  • Dec 5 C. David Allis, (Tsukiyama/Pattwell - CMCTG)

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Professional Development

Resources and educational opportunities for all levels

Scientific Publications

Current Publications

Read Fred Hutch scientific publications involving basic sciences researchers and their research findings and discoveries.

scientific exchange

Meetings / Clubs

  • Nov 23 NO Virus club
  • Nov 30 Virus Club
  • Dec 1 Seattle Mitosiss Meeting

Career Opportunities

Find A Position

We are seeking outstanding scientists interested in conducting cutting-edge research into fundamental biological questions.  We also sponsor talented graduate students or recent graduates.