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How to be a curestarter

How to be a curestarter

A longtime Fred Hutch booster helps a promising genetic researcher parlay $100K into a $2.2M grant to explore innovative new therapies
Hutch News - February 24, 2017
'Mother's Curse' mutation — harmful to males but not females — ID'd for the first time in animals

'Mother's Curse' mutation — harmful to males but not females — ID'd for the first time in animals

Study in fruit flies identifies a mutation in mitochondria — the energy factories of our cells — that harms males but not females
Hutch News - August 02, 2016
Study challenges previously held beliefs about the role of genetic mutations in colon cancer development

Study challenges previously held beliefs about the role of genetic mutations in colon cancer development

Discovery in mitochondrial DNA of colon cancer cells may open new avenues for cancer therapy, early detection and monitoring treatment response
News Releases - June 07, 2012
New faculty member receives $400,000 award

New faculty member receives $400,000 award

Bielas wins New Scholar in Aging award from The Ellison Medical Foundation for studies on cancer and age-related disease
Hutch News - July 27, 2009
In his own words: Bielas on aging

In his own words: Bielas on aging

New faculty member Dr. Jason Bielas, Public Health Sciences Division, talks with the editor of Center News about the research that won him a $400,000 New Scholar in Aging award from The Ellison Medical Foundation
Hutch News - July 27, 2009
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