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New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
3 NEW Week of May 31, 2020
Fred Hutch launches new COVID-19 volunteer study

Fred Hutch launches new COVID-19 volunteer study

CovidWatch to investigate infection rates, transmission times, potential re-infections and regularly share results
Releases - April 17, 2020
What's with the spikes?

What's with the spikes?

Those structures that give coronavirus its name might be SARS-CoV-2’s weak point
Hutch News - April 03, 2020
Tracking a pandemic: Q&A with a COVID-19 detective

Tracking a pandemic: Q&A with a COVID-19 detective

What Fred Hutch expert Trevor Bedford is learning as he chases the coronavirus evolution and spread
Hutch News - March 13, 2020
Mapping all flu routes from bird to human

Mapping all flu routes from bird to human

Researchers take a comprehensive look at the changes in a bird flu protein that helps the virus jump to humans
Hutch News - April 30, 2019
First HIV, then cancer

First HIV, then cancer

As people with HIV live longer, they are developing cancers at higher rates than the general population
Hutch News - October 05, 2015
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center designated MIDAS Center of Excellence

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center designated MIDAS Center of Excellence

Designation puts Fred Hutch on cutting edge of U.S. analysis and response to infectious disease outbreaks around the globe - Center includes researchers from seven other academic sites across the country
Releases - September 17, 2014
How the SCCA successfully suppressed pandemic flu

How the SCCA successfully suppressed pandemic flu

Aggressive infection-control program protected Seattle Cancer Care Alliance patients from acquiring clinic-based H1N1 influenza
Hutch News - December 21, 2009
Swine flu: Aggressive plan may prevent pandemic

Swine flu: Aggressive plan may prevent pandemic

Longini study finds that vaccination of children and 70 percent of U.S. population could control pandemic H1N1 influenza
Hutch News - September 14, 2009
Last Modified, April 02, 2020