Fred Hutch, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, and UW Medicine Complete Restructure of Partnership

Learn More

Hutch News

Results per Page: 20
  • 5
  • 10
  • 20
  • 50
  • 100
Does HIV disease progression differ by ancestry?

Does HIV disease progression differ by ancestry?

From Drs. Shuying (Sue) Li and Peter Gilbert, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division
Science Spotlight - September 19, 2022
Multi-Ancestry Polygenic Risk Scores (PRS) of prostate cancer: A meta-analysis

Multi-Ancestry Polygenic Risk Scores (PRS) of prostate cancer: A meta-analysis

From the Darst Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - September 19, 2022
Beyond BRCA and breast cancer risk

Beyond BRCA and breast cancer risk

Inherited genetic variants contribute to many cancers; genetic testing, counseling key to evaluate risk, identify targeted therapies
Hutch News - November 08, 2021
Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Science Education Partnership’s free, open-source curriculum units help high schoolers separate bias from biology
Hutch News - September 20, 2021
‘Waistbands’ of our chromosomes marked by unusual X-shaped DNA

‘Waistbands’ of our chromosomes marked by unusual X-shaped DNA

Human Y chromosome’s center more ‘monkey-like’ than other human chromosomes, study finds
Hutch News - February 02, 2018
Sometimes it's better if you eat according to what you are

Sometimes it's better if you eat according to what you are

From the Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities.
Science Spotlight - February 20, 2017
Fred Hutch President and Director Dr. Gary Gilliland elected to National Academy of Medicine

Fred Hutch President and Director Dr. Gary Gilliland elected to National Academy of Medicine

NAM membership considered one of the highest honors in health and medicine
News Releases - October 19, 2015
Fantastic failures: Scientific setbacks fuel big gains

Fantastic failures: Scientific setbacks fuel big gains

Whether solving the mysteries of outer space or cancer cells, many major advances followed messy moments
Hutch News - August 18, 2015
A first glimpse of real-time gene activity in a living animal

A first glimpse of real-time gene activity in a living animal

New technique will allow biologists to pinpoint how random chance affects cancer, aging
Hutch News - May 06, 2015
New insights into cancer evolution help define screening window of opportunity

New insights into cancer evolution help define screening window of opportunity

A new appreciation of the genetic changes that occur as precancerous cells turn malignant could help researchers design new screening strategies
News Releases - December 03, 2013
Last Modified, April 02, 2020