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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
10 NEW January 18, 2021

New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
2 NEW Week of January 17, 2021
Application of the aging-well model in lesbian and bisexual women

Application of the aging-well model in lesbian and bisexual women

From the Bowen Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - October 19, 2020
Pudgy middle age: Does a little fat have an upside?

Pudgy middle age: Does a little fat have an upside?

Yeast studies of cellular aging suggest that middle-aged flab could help protect against stress
Hutch News - June 09, 2020
How the immune system’s key organ regenerates itself

How the immune system’s key organ regenerates itself

Watch: Hutch researcher discusses harnessing the thymus’s knack for self-repair to boost immune function and help patients
Hutch News - January 12, 2018
On the other side of tragedy: Stress may boost resilience

On the other side of tragedy: Stress may boost resilience

People who endure life-changing stress seem to gain resilience — and think they look younger: study
Hutch News - November 18, 2015
Study reveals how cells’ nuclei keep their shape

Study reveals how cells’ nuclei keep their shape

Scientists discover a protein that keeps cellular nuclei from shriveling, a hallmark of old age and the premature-aging disease progeria
Hutch News - March 05, 2015
Olsen wins $1.25 million NIH Early Independence Award

Olsen wins $1.25 million NIH Early Independence Award

Basic Sciences Division's Carissa Perez Olsen is among first 10 recipients of new award designed to leapfrog outstanding junior investigators directly into faculty positions; two affiliate researchers also among recipients
Hutch News - October 03, 2011
Computational biologist receives $400,000 award

Computational biologist receives $400,000 award

Ellison Medical Foundation’s New Scholar in Aging award furthers Robins' collaborative research in age-related immune function
Hutch News - August 17, 2009
Video: Age, the greatest carcinogen

Video: Age, the greatest carcinogen

Gottschling Lab discovers defect to a key cellular process that goes off course as cells grow older
Hutch News - August 17, 2009
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
Last Modified, April 02, 2020