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'Humanity is at the heart of this'

'Humanity is at the heart of this'

Dr. Paul Buckley co-leads new Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Dr. Chris Li
Hutch News - March 18, 2020
A new guidebook to the brain

A new guidebook to the brain

'Connect-seq' technique overlays key signaling information from individual neurons on brain road maps
Hutch News - March 10, 2020
Dr. Michael Emerman to give Bernard Fields lecture at CROI

Dr. Michael Emerman to give Bernard Fields lecture at CROI

Talk will cover how lessons from HIV’s evolutionary past could lead to new therapies, cure
Hutch News - March 05, 2020
Future of medicine: Body heal thyself

Future of medicine: Body heal thyself

Panel of Hutch scientists talked gene therapy, big data and financial toxicity to reporters at annual AAAS meeting
Hutch News - February 15, 2020
Correlation is not (necessarily) causation

Correlation is not (necessarily) causation

Or, how we know herpes doesn’t cause cervical cancer — and HPV does
Hutch News - February 13, 2020
A breast tumor might have thousands of mutations. Which are important?

A breast tumor might have thousands of mutations. Which are important?

In support of precision medicine, new method enables scientists to separate cancer-driving mutations from passengers
Hutch News - February 13, 2020
How Helicobacter stays helical

How Helicobacter stays helical

New insights into how the cancer-causing stomach bacterium keeps its shape could point the way for future, more-specialized antibiotics
Hutch News - January 21, 2020
Like snowflakes, no two cells are alike

Like snowflakes, no two cells are alike

Study shows that differences in cells’ ability to turn genes into proteins change how mutations manifest; offers insights into disease risk
Hutch News - January 17, 2020
CRISPR-based tool solves genetic mystery 80 million years in the making

CRISPR-based tool solves genetic mystery 80 million years in the making

Certain DNA sequences haven’t evolved since humans and mice diverged. But why?
Hutch News - January 07, 2020
'Big, brave ideas': 44th annual Hutch Holiday Gala raises over $13 million

'Big, brave ideas': 44th annual Hutch Holiday Gala raises over $13 million

Community steps up to fuel the leading edge of cancer research
Hutch News - December 09, 2019
Cancer immunotherapy gets assist from micro-scale engineering

Cancer immunotherapy gets assist from micro-scale engineering

With new molecular 'handles' and stimulating signals, metallic thin films become a stronghold for cancer-killing immune cells
Hutch News - December 09, 2019
Fred Hutch paleovirologist elected AAAS fellow

Fred Hutch paleovirologist elected AAAS fellow

American Association for the Advancement of Science honors Dr. Harmit Malik for applying evolutionary theories of genetic conflict to new biological processes
Hutch News - November 26, 2019
Fred Hutch–led team receives $6M to study deadly brain tumor

Fred Hutch–led team receives $6M to study deadly brain tumor

Researchers seek deeper understanding of ependymoma biology to aid treatment discovery
Hutch News - October 10, 2019
Age-old arms race points way to new-and-improved antiviral protein

Age-old arms race points way to new-and-improved antiviral protein

Guided by evolution, scientists create more potent antiviral that unexpectedly continues blocking dissimilar viruses
Hutch News - October 01, 2019
New type of viral anti-CRISPR found in human microbiome

New type of viral anti-CRISPR found in human microbiome

Protein used by viruses to combat DNA-snipping action of bacteria's CRISPR immune system
Hutch News - September 12, 2019
Last Modified, April 02, 2020