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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
Scientists discuss how the pandemic has changed their research

Scientists discuss how the pandemic has changed their research

COVID-19 pushes Hutch panelists to apply expertise to tackle an epic scientific and public health challenge
Hutch News - October 01, 2020
Public health’s pandemic pivot

Public health’s pandemic pivot

With disease modeling, virtual events and a renewed focus on antiracism, Fred Hutch population scientists adapt their work to COVID-19
Hutch News - September 15, 2020
Microsimulation model with a macro impact

Microsimulation model with a macro impact

From the Etzioni Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - September 17, 2018
New support for active surveillance of prostate cancer

New support for active surveillance of prostate cancer

From the Etzioni Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - January 15, 2018
Fred Hutch study finds prostate cancer screening more effective at reducing mortality than previously reported

Fred Hutch study finds prostate cancer screening more effective at reducing mortality than previously reported

Study provides new statistical analysis of data from two major clinical trials
News Releases - September 04, 2017
New study estimates number of U.S. women living with metastatic breast cancer

New study estimates number of U.S. women living with metastatic breast cancer

First-ever estimate of women living with metastatic breast cancer shows these patients are living longer with disease
Hutch News - May 17, 2017
Should prostate cancer screening be different for black men?

Should prostate cancer screening be different for black men?

New study confirms prostate cancer is more common and more deadly in black men
News Releases - April 24, 2017
Can we talk about doing science and raising children?

Can we talk about doing science and raising children?

Researchers open up about the unique challenges of starting families during training — and offer tips for juggling the dual demands
Hutch News - February 22, 2017
Last Modified, April 02, 2020