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New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
12 NEW November 21, 2022
MGA & MYC: mega-sized players in cancer progression

MGA & MYC: mega-sized players in cancer progression

From the Eisenman Lab, Basic Sciences Division and the MacPherson Lab, Human Biology and Public Health Sciences Divisions
Science Spotlight - August 16, 2021
MAX is a context-dependent tumor suppressor in small cell lung carcinoma

MAX is a context-dependent tumor suppressor in small cell lung carcinoma

From the MacPherson and Eisenman labs, Human Biology Division
Science Spotlight - July 20, 2020
MYC can’t cause havoc in B cells without MAX

MYC can’t cause havoc in B cells without MAX

From the Eisenman lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - October 21, 2019
Eisenman receives $7M NCI Outstanding Investigator Award

Eisenman receives $7M NCI Outstanding Investigator Award

Molecular biologist will continue to seek tumors’ weaknesses by mapping important molecular pathways
Hutch News - August 31, 2018
One protein, two partners: a balancing act with cancerous implications

One protein, two partners: a balancing act with cancerous implications

From the Bai, Eisenman and Moens Laboratories (Basic Sciences Division) and the Grady Laboratory (Clinical Research Division)
Science Spotlight - August 20, 2018
How one protein helps cancer both spread and grow

How one protein helps cancer both spread and grow

Hutch scientists discover single molecule’s ‘intricate regulation’ of two key aspects of metastasis
Hutch News - June 18, 2018
Dr. Paul Neiman, founding member of Fred Hutch, dies at 78

Dr. Paul Neiman, founding member of Fred Hutch, dies at 78

Physician-scientist led the charge in prioritizing fundamental research, built bridges between lab and clinic
Hutch News - October 12, 2017
How cells put themselves to sleep

How cells put themselves to sleep

Discoveries about hibernating yeast could help us understand why some cancers resist chemo
Hutch News - August 20, 2015
NCI director Harold Varmus to step down

NCI director Harold Varmus to step down

Fred Hutch researchers reflect on the Nobel laureate’s contributions to global health, cancer research
Hutch News - March 05, 2015
Fred Hutch researcher Robert Eisenman named a fellow of the American Association for Cancer Research Academy

Fred Hutch researcher Robert Eisenman named a fellow of the American Association for Cancer Research Academy

Eisenman joins 10 others in the prestigious academy this year that recognizes people who have made significant contributions to cancer research
News Releases - February 18, 2015
Uncovering cancer’s metabolic quirks

Uncovering cancer’s metabolic quirks

Study reveals how many tumors fuel their rapid growth, suggesting possible new drug targets
Hutch News - February 11, 2015
Last Modified, April 02, 2020