Basic Sciences Alumni

Basic Sciences Division

Basic Sciences Alumni

We are proud to list a sampling of the many graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from our labs, and show their successes after they left our Division in pursuit of their passions. While some of them went into academics and others into industry, we are honored they shared their early career history by training in Basic Sciences.

Where are they now?

Search our Alumni by Lab:

Bai  |  Biggins  |  Buck  |  Cooper  |  Eisenman  |  Gottschling  |  Groudine  |  Hahn  |  Henikoff  |  Malik  

Moens  |  Parkhurst  |  Priess  |  Roberts  |  Shou  |  Smith  |  Stoddard  |  Strong  |  Tsukiyama

Bai Lab Alumi

  • Seth Bensussen: Boston University; Biomedical Engineering PhD Graduate Student
    "I loved my time at the FHCRC and in the Bai lab. Everyone in the lab was so welcoming, and they also all provided me with valuable information about graduate school and conducting research. It was great to get to join a project and present a poster at the end of the summer. I am so thankful for the opportunity to work at the FHCRC."
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  • Anbang Dai: Tsinghua University, Beijing, China; Graduate Student
    "I'm very excited to have spent one year at FHCRC. For an undergraduate student like me, I can't think of a better place to work with the world's top scientists and receive such wonderful training. I'm also very grateful for everyone in the Bai Lab. They made science fascinating which solidified my interest in becoming a scientist and pursuing a PhD.”
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  • Margaret Locke: Duke University; Undergraduate Student
    "I am so grateful I had the opportunity to spend a year in the Bai Lab. It was absolutely incredible to be immersed in this cutting edge research environment with so many brilliant scientists and wonderful mentors. My time there has really inspired me to pursue scientific research, which I am making a reality at Duke."

Biggins Lab Alumni

  • Bungo Akiyoshi: University of Oxford, Department of Biochemistry; Group Leader
    "It was so fun to be a graduate student and enjoy science at the Basic Sciences Division at the Hutch. I learned a tremendous amount from my advisor, Sue Biggins."
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  • Andrea Castillo: Eastern Washington University, Department of Biology; Assistant Professor
    "FHCRC is an incredible place to be a postdoc! Scientists at all levels are very enthusiastic—they talk about science, read about science and think about science. Very dynamic and interactive— loved it."
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  • Amitabha “Guppy” Gupta: Fred Hutch; Scientific Communications Coordinator, Philanthropy
    “I absolutely loved my time working in Sue’s lab. This is mostly due to Sue being a fantastic mentor and all-around great person but Basic Sciences was also a part of it. The enthusiasm, collaboration and fun of the division as a whole is infectious. It made me never want to leave so I sort of didn’t.” 
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  • Erica Hildebrand: University of Massachusetts Medical School; Postdoctoral Fellow
    "I enjoyed doing my PhD in the Biggins Lab, and found the Basic Sciences department at the Hutch to be a welcoming and collaborative environment. The high level of both scientific and career support present at the Hutch is extremely helpful for fostering cutting-edge science and scientists. I was particularly thankful for the availability of Shared Resources, such as high throughput sequencing and scientific computing support, and I also learned a great deal from career development activities such as IDP seminars, and from receiving scientific and public speaking feedback from the entire division by presenting at the Friday Night Talks."
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  • Benjamin Pinsky: Stanford School of Medicine, Department of Pathology; Assistant Professor
    "My time as a graduate student in Sue's lab was the best experience of all of my medical and scientific training. Sue is a fantastic advisor and there is no better place than the Hutch to pursue graduate studies."
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Buck Lab Alumni

  • Rajesh Ranganathan: Massachusetts General Hospital, Translational Medicine Initiatives & Clinical Partnerships; Director 
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Cooper Lab Alumni 

  • Yukiko Gotoh: The University of Tokyo, Laboratory of Molecular Biology; Professor
    “I spent only half a year in Jon's lab, but the experience there and inspiration from Jon and other people in the FHCRC were so enlightening and changed my life.”
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  • Brian Howell: Upstate Medical University, Department of Neuroscience and Physiology; Associate Professor
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  • Yves Jossin: University of Louvain Medical School, Brussels, Institute of Neuroscience; Associate Professor
    “With no exaggeration, my time in the laboratory of Jonathan Cooper at the FHCRC will remain one of my best memories. The Basic Science Division regroups all the conditions for scientists to be successful. If I had to summarize in a few words, I would say: scientific freedom, welcoming and inspiring atmosphere, cutting edge research, interactive and supportive colleagues. Besides science, Seattle left me with a feeling of peacefulness which was a great addition to my 5 years postdoctoral experience.”
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  • Masato Okada: Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Japan; Professor
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  • Carissa Pilling: Bristol-Myers Squibb; Pathology Diagnostics Liaison
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  • Sergi Simo: University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, Department of Cell Biology and Human Anatomy; Assistant Professor
    “After an internship in Jon’s laboratory during my grad school, I knew that I needed to be back to the Hutch for my postdoctoral period. The depth of knowledge, the working culture, and the personal quality of its people (faculty and non-faculty) makes the Hutch one of the best places to work and do science. Even more important, I wanted to join Jon’s lab because his passion for science and his vast knowledge was contagious from the very first day. As he once said, ‘I am a fan of Science’.”
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  • Anne Vojtek: University of Michigan Medical School, Department of Biological Chemistry; Associate Professor
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Eisenman Lab Alumni

  • Don Ayer: University of Utah, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Department of Oncological Sciences; Professor 
    "There is outstanding science in all of the divisions at the Hutch. Combined with the collegial and supportive training environment, scientific excellence makes the Hutch a great place do a postdoc."
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  • Paul Knoepfler: University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, Department of Cell Biology and Human Anatomy; Professor
    "The time I spent at the Hutch was some of the most rewarding of my scientific career. I found Bob's lab specifically to be a hotbed of ideas and creativity. As a postdoc there I felt like the sky was the limit when it came to the level of science in that lab. The Hutch more generally was also incredible and really made me grow as a scientist as well as leading to lifelong connections and collaborations."
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  • Lenora Loo: University of Hawaii Cancer Center; Associate Professor
    "Training at the Hutch was an amazing experience. The enthusiasm and rigor make it an ideal environment for scientific excellence. I feel so fortunate to have had great mentorship and wonderful colleagues."
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  • Grant McArthur: Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre; Executive Director
    "Training at the Hutch was really the highlight of my career. A great vibe about our science in an atmosphere of excellence and genuine curiosity. It empowered me for the rest of my career."
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  • Christophe Queva: Oncorus; Chief Scientific Officer
    "The Hutch has been a wonderful training ground, a place for joyous learning, hard work, long lasting friendships and exhilarating science."
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  • Julie Secombe: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Genetics; Associate Professor
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Gottschling Lab Alumni*

  • Scott J. Diede: Merck, Oncology Clinical Research; Senior Clinical Director
    "My experience as a graduate student at the Hutch was the most fun I have ever had as a scientist. I was surrounded by incredibly smart people doing important research, and I got to live in a wonderful city with great microbreweries. What more could a graduate student want?"
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  • Richard Gardner: University of Washington, Department of Pharmacology; Associate Professor
    "The Hutch is an amazing place for scientific growth. If you come as a postdoc, as I did, it will be the best time of your life. The easy and ready interactions with faculty, postdocs, and students allowed for an incredible exchange of ideas. Looking back, I think of the Hutch as my home. A great place where I grew scientifically."
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  • Alon Kahana: University of Michigan, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences; Associate Professor
    "My experience at FHCRC was truly critical to my development as a clinician scientist. Dan Gottschling exemplified creativity in scientific inquiry - 'think hard and play above the rim', he used to say. And the intensely collaborative environment of FHCRC, the culture of 'thinking outside the box', and the wonderful and inquisitive colleagues that I met, all left an indelible imprint on my mind during my formative period as a scientist in training. My wife and I have very fond memories of our time in Seattle."
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  • Michael McMurray: University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; Assistant Professor
    "Leaving the Hutch was eye-opening and disappointing. I had just assumed that all world-class institutions shared the same culture of collegiality; I was wrong. I know now that science can be done at an extremely high level without sacrificing interest in your neighbor's research and a sincere desire to see them do well. The values instilled in me during my time at the Hutch will never be forgotten."
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  • Fred van Leeuwen: Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam; Principal Investigator, Staff Member
    "I had a fantastic time. Great science, basic as well as translational, great atmosphere, great people."
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Groudine Lab Alumni

  • Marjorie Brand: Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; Principal Investigator
    “The time I spent at the Hutch as a postdoc in the Groudine lab was truly transformative in my scientific career. Mark is an exceptional mentor, and in his lab I got to learn everything about the way science should be done: top notch quality but most importantly exciting and fun. High-end facilities and wonderful people also make the Hutch a very special nurturing environment that is highly conducive to success and where everything is about doing the best science. I cannot think of a better place to do a postdoc.”
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  • Matthew Lorincz: University of British Columbia, Department of Medical Genetics; Professor
    "Simply put, working as a postdoc in the Groudine lab, alongside talented colleagues and exceptional faculty members, provided me with the skills and confidence to pursue my own research program. I look back on my time at the Hutch with fond memories."
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  • Craig Thompson: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; President and CEO
    “My time in the Groudine Lab was my first exposure to how molecular biology would change the way we approach biological questions. From Mark, I learned that it was okay to challenge traditional dogma, as long as I brought an open mind, a willingness to work hard, and protective headgear. I would jump at the chance to do it all over again if I could.”
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  • Hector Rincon: Seattle Genetics; Principal Scientist
    “My postdoctoral experience in the Groudine lab was full of intellectual freedom and endless support for tackling complex scientific questions. Mark’s ability to pave alternative routes for each postdoc came with full access to many resources as well as to his extensive scientific network. His guidance was key to elucidating the big picture around the questions we addressed, but more importantly, he led by example in demonstrating the relevance and value he placed on the intellectual contributions and initiatives offered by his trainees and collaborators."
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  • Dirk Schübeler: Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research; Senior Group Leader
    "I had a great time at the Hutch. The science is excellent and the collegial atmosphere fosters interactions."
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Hahn Lab Alumni

  • David Auble: University of Virginia School of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics; Professor
    “My experience at the Hutch was terrific. I couldn’t have asked for a better environment to support my development as a young scientist.”
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  • Hung-Ta Chen: Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Institute of Molecular Biology; Associate Research Fellow
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  • Eric Herbig: Immusoft; Vice President of Preclinical R&D
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  • Jeff Ranish: Institute for Systems Biology; Professor
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  • Pranhitha Reddy: Gene to BLA Consulting, LLC; Founder
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Henikoff Lab Alumni

  • Jennifer Cooper: Kennesaw State University, College of Science and Mathematics, Department of Genetics and Molecular Biology; Assistant Professor
    "The FHCRC is a wonderful and unique place to learn and do research. So many enthusiastic people from diverse backgrounds working together...it seemed like I learned something new every day. I am proud to be able to tell people I worked there, and that Steve was my post-doctoral mentor. It was a great experience!"
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  • Yamini Dalal: National Cancer Institute, Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Gene Expression; Senior Investigator
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  • Roger Deal: Emory University, Department of Biology; Assistant Professor
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  • Mary Gehring, MIT Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Department of Biology; Associate Professor
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  • Harmit Malik: Fred Hutch, Division of Basic Sciences; Principal Investigator
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  • Linda Martin-Morris: University of Washington, Department of Biology; Principal Lecturer
    "My time in the Henikoff lab was so impactful, from colleagues met to lesson learned. As I instruct undergraduates about the process of doing laboratory research, I can share with them the value of my Hutch-related lessons, especially collaborative- and writing- skills."
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  • Yoshiko Mito: Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Department of Pathology & Immunology; Assistant Professor
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  • Pauline Ng: Genome Institute of Singapore; Group Leader, Chief Informatics Officer
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  • Shmuel Pietrokovski: Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, Department of Molecular Genetics; Associate Professor
    "I spent a wonderful 4 years at the Henikoff lab, at the FHCRC and in Seattle. I matured scientifically from my interactions with Steve, Jorja, and the other lab members. Moreover, I learned many useful lessons on how a scientific group is run and how different members of the group interact with each other, and with other groups. Seattle was also a great place to live in, the city and its surrounding offered many very nice places for my leisure time."
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  • James Smothers: GlaxoSmithKline, Immuno-Oncology; Vice President
    "I look back fondly at my time spent during my post-doctoral appointment in the Henikoff lab where I had so many opportunities to execute high quality research in fruitful collaboration with so many generous and amazing people."
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  • Florian Steiner: University of Geneva, Department of Molecular Biology; Assistant Professor
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  • Bas van Steensel: Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam; Research Group Leader
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  • Daniel Zilberman: University of California, Berkeley, Department of Plant & Microbial Biology; Associate Professor
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Malik Lab Alumni

  • Josh Bayes: Delta Dental of California; Product Manager
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  • Julie Bletz: Sage Bionetworks; Senior Scientist
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  • Nels Elde: University of Utah, Department of Human Genetics; Assistant Professor
    "On my first day at the Fred Hutch the great Meng-Chao Yao welcomed me to 'post-doc heaven.' He hit the nail on the head."
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  • Sara Sawyer: University of Colorado, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology; Associate Professor
    "As a postdoctoral research fellow, I found FHCRC to be a magical place packed full of postdocs with big ambitions. Although the atmosphere was collegial, we were all going for the gold, creating an atmosphere of energy and excitement."
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  • Eric Smith: Illumina, Inc.; Product Architect
    "The Hutch is a world-class institution where I trained as a postdoc. I would encourage all young scientists to follow their passion for what is most interesting and exciting."
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Moens Lab Alumni

  • Aaron Putzke: Whitworth University, Department of Biology; Associate Professor
    "My time as a postdoc at the Hutch was invaluable to both my training as a scientist and my career network. Being part of a high caliber research laboratory as well as participating in SPAC (Student/Postdoc Advisory Committee) was a great combination of intense scientific discovery and creating long-term friendships. It was an exciting time that I look back on fondly."
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  • Andrew Waskiewicz: University of Alberta, Department of Biological Sciences; Professor
    "My training as a Postdoc spanned from unpacking boxes in a brand new laboratory to participating in world-class research. I particularly remember the intellectual intensity of all trainees, and the constant drive to answer exciting questions. It was the perfect place for my training."
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Parkhurst Lab Alumni

  • Maria Abreu-Blanco: Leidos Biomedical Research; Scientist II
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  • Kevin Barry: University of California, Berkeley; Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology; Postdoctoral Fellow
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  • Lani Keller: The Bishop’s School; Wu Tsai Endowed Chair in Science
    “I spent two awesome years in the Parkhurst lab as a new college graduate learning how to become a research scientist. The training, collegiality, and friendly environment was instrumental in my choice to pursue a PhD.”
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  • Raymond Liu: University of California, San Francisco; Department of Microbiology and Immunology; Postdoctoral Fellow
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  • Craig Magie: Quinnipiac University; Department of Biological Sciences; Assistant Professor
    “I really miss the collegiality and intellectual environment at the Hutch. I was there as a graduate student, and it was a fantastic place to learn how to be a scientist.”
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Priess Lab Alumni

  • Craig Mello: University of Massachusetts Medical School, RNA Therapeutics Institute; Professor and HHMI Investigator 
    "My Postdoctoral studies in the Priess lab, and at the FHCRC more broadly, were incredibly fun and important to my career. Jim has keen insight as a scientist, as a McClintock biographer said about Barbara, Jim has a "feeling for the organism” that informs his research. Under Jim's guidance I became a geneticist, learning skills that continue to be instrumental every day in my own laboratory. The mentoring from Jim and from other faculty at the Hutch, especially Hal Weintraub, prepared me well for my independence. The environment they created formed for me a view of what an ideal research environment should look like, a vision I have been trying to help create at my current institution Umass"
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Roberts Lab Alumni*

  • Arnaud Besson: Center for Integrative Biology CNRS; Principal Investigator
    "A great place to work at. Ideal for a postdoc."
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  • Hilary Coller: University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Biological Chemistry; Associate Professor
    "The training that I received as a postdoctoral fellow in Jim Roberts' lab has been invaluable for my development as a scientist. Jim introduced me to areas of biology that I continue to consider fascinating. The resources, facilities and supportive environment at the Hutch made it possible for me to pursue research I hadn't conceived before beginning my postdoc. I'm very grateful to have had the opportunity to train at the Hutch."
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  • Liyun Sang: Accure Health Inc.; Founder, President and CEO
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Shou Lab Alumni

  • Adam Waite: Calico Labs; Scientist
    "The superb quality of training and open, friendly environment make the Hutch a truly unique institution. Through my interactions with the diverse research community at the Hutch, I became a better scientist as well as a better communicator of scientific ideas."
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Smith Lab Alumni

  • Keith Cheng: Pennsylvania State College of Medicine, Department of Pathology; Professor
    "I spent my formative years in science as a "postdoc" grad student in the Smith lab. As Gerry put it, it was most important to "Learn how to think about science." Between Gerry's meticulous mentorship, joyful hours at the chalkboard drawing out molecular scenarios, interesting seminars with interesting questions, and trainees in neighboring labs who were always ready to help, the Hutch was a magical, invigorating and inspiring place to have had the privilege to work."
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  • Gareth Cromie: Pacific Northwest Research Institute, Dudley Lab; Senior Scientist
    "I loved my time as a postdoc at the Hutch. The atmosphere is collegial, the resources are top notch, you are surrounded by people doing excellent work and there is a real feeling of excitement about science. Working in the Smith lab was a non-stop learning experience. Gerry is a great mentor, supportive, but also pushing you to do the best work that you can."
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  • Linda C. DeVeaux: New Mexico Tech, Department of Biology; Associate Professor
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  • Chad Ellermeier: Everett, Washington; Pathologist
    "My four years in the Smith Lab were one of the highlights of my professional life to this point. Gerry was an outstanding mentor and created an environment that provided independence and responsibility. It was an exceptional experience and one I would recommend to any young scientist. In fact, it was so good that I will be doing my hematopathology fellowship across the street at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance during 2015-2016."
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  • Mary Fox: Fox D Consulting; Owner & Principal Consultant
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  • Kyle Fowler: University of California, San Francisco, Johnson Lab; Graduate Student
    "My time at the Hutch was truly transformative. The collaborative research and training environment at the Hutch is like no other and has become my own standard. I spent an incredible six years in Gerry Smith’s lab where I learned how to work and think critically. My development as a scientist was significantly shaped by these experiences.”
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  • Lee Hartwell: Arizona State University, Biodesign Pathfinder Center; Director and Professor & Fred Hutch; Former President and Director
    Nobel Prize winner

  • Nancy Hollingsworth: Stony Brook University, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology; Professor
    "I had a great time working at the Hutch. I will always be grateful to Gerry Smith for the experience I gained working with fission yeast and for introducing me to my future husband, Aaron Neiman!"
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  • Aaron Neiman: Stony Brook University, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology; Professor and Chariman
    "I, literally, grew up working in labs at the Hutch, and I am forever indebted to Gerry for introducing me to the logic and beauty of genetic analysis."
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  • Naina Phadnis: University of Utah, Department of Biology; Assistant Professor Lecturer
    "I was in the Smith lab at the Hutch for almost five years and these years were instrumental in my development as a scientist. The Hutch environment made every resource available to me to do well in my career. Gerry was an excellent mentor and I was surrounded by super-talented and helpful colleagues who gave me all the guidance and support I needed to succeed. I learnt a lot during my stay and look back fondly at my time in the Smith lab and at the Hutch."
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  • Walter Steiner: Niagara University, Department of Biology; Associate Professor 
    "Working at the Hutch was one of the best times of my life. I learned a huge amount from Gerry, and the Smith lab members made it a really fun place to work. Thanks guys.”
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  • Philippe Szankasi: ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City; R&D Scientist
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Stoddard Lab Alumni

  • Chris Bond: Juno Therapeutics, Inc.; Senior Director Lead Discovery 
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  • Eric Galburt: Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics; Assistant Professor
    "I was a graduate student with Barry Stoddard where I learned X-ray crystallography and, more importantly, how to do science. In addition, the environment of his lab and the Hutch in general made for a spectacular place to work and learn." 
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  • Melissa Jurica: University of California, Santa Cruz, Department of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology; Professor
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  • P. Clint Spiegel: Western Washington University; Associate Professor
    "As a graduate student in Basic Sciences at the FHCRC, I was routinely humbled by the brilliant scientists that I'd interact with on a daily basis and fortunate to be able to utilize the comprehensive shared resource facilities to efficiently conduct my scientific endeavors. The culture and infrastructure of the Hutch is unparalleled in my scientific career, and I think back fondly to my days as a motivated, young scientist. Today, I remain involved with the FHCRC as an active user of the Structural Biology Center at the FHCRC. The facilities I use and arrangements I've made that are presently necessary for my success as an independent scientist were the product of the collaborative culture of FHCRC investigators."
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  • Django Sussman: Seattle Genetics; Director
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Strong Lab Alumni 

  • Colin Correnti: Fred Hutch, Clinical Research Division; Senior Staff Scientist
    "Roland Strong was an amazing advisor. He taught me the importance of rigor in science and gave me the freedom to pursue opportunities that complemented my laboratory training. He was a great friend though the emotional ups and downs of graduate school and made basic science fun. His love of discovery and his approach to answering difficult questions has greatly shaped who I am today as a scientist and as a group leader."
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  • Mesfin Gewe: Fred Hutch, Clinical Research Division; Staff Scientist
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  • Brett Kaiser: Seattle University, Department of Biology; Associate Professor
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  • Pingwei Li: Texas A&M, Department of Biochemistry; Biophysics; Professor
    "I did my first post-doc with Dr. Roland Strong in the Basic Science Division. My experience at the Hutch was eye opening for a new Ph.D. from China. I received rigorous training in structural biology and molecular biology, which was critical for my success as an independent scientist."
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  • Christine McBeth: Fraunhofer CMI; Senior Research Scientist
    "My graduate training in Roland's lab was invaluable and I was tremendously lucky to have been able to do my dissertation work there. Beyond the lab, the diversity of research and approaches at the Hutch--and the high caliber at which that research is conducted--provides the ideal environment for any Ph.D. student lucky enough to join their ranks. Scientific research can be an intensely difficult process but my time in Roland's lab taught me how to persevere and succeed. Massive thanks to Roland and all my colleagues at the Hutch!"
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  • Ben McFarland: Seattle Pacific University, Department of Biochemistry; Professor
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Tsukiyama Lab Alumni

  • Eric Alcid: University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry; Resident Physician
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  • Naomi Bogenschutz: University of Washington Professional & Continuing Education; Program Manager
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  • Thomas Fazzio: University of Massachusetts Medical School, Department of Molecular, Cell and Cancer Biology; Associate Professor
    "The combination of outstanding science going on at the FHCRC and the collaborative atmosphere there is the best of any place I have been. Both the breadth and depth of my training experience as a graduate student at the Hutch were excellent."
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  • Marnie Gelbart: Harvard Medical School, Department of Genetics, Personal Genetics Education Project; Director of Programs
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  • Laura Hsieh: University of California, San Francisco, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics; Postdoctoral Scholar

  • Carolyn Landel: University of Texas at Austin, Charles A Dana Center; Managing Director
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  • Jay Vary: University of Washington, Division of Dermatology; Assistant Professor
    "Working in the Tsukiyama lab was a great environment of excitement and collaboration that was shared among the entire Basic Sciences Division. The division clearly promotes collegiality over competition which benefits everyone. Beer hour helped too."
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  • Jack Vincent: University of Washington-Tacoma, Department of Sciences and Mathematics; Lecturer
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  • Iestyn Whitehouse: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Department of Molecular Biology; Principal Investigator
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  • Adam Yadon: Gilead Sciences; Research Scientist
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*Former lab, no longer active at Fred Hutch