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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
6 NEW Week of November 29, 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
Dr. Harmit Malik elected fellow of American Academy of Microbiology

Dr. Harmit Malik elected fellow of American Academy of Microbiology

His pioneering approaches to studying genetic conflict are transforming traditional evolutionary genetics
Hutch News - February 15, 2019
Gottschling, Hughes discover key events in cellular aging

Gottschling, Hughes discover key events in cellular aging

Studies in yeast by Fred Hutch’s Drs. Dan Gottschling and Adam Hughes bring unprecedented clarity to aging process, provide paradigm for studying how genes and environment—including calorie restriction—may influence lifespan in humans
Hutch News - November 26, 2012
Researchers define key events in cellular aging - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Researchers define key events in cellular aging - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Studies bring unprecedented clarity to aging process and provide paradigm for studying how genes and environment – including calorie restriction – may influence lifespan
News Releases - November 21, 2012
President Corey elected to AAAS membership

President Corey elected to AAAS membership

Center president and director joins ranks of nation's most esteemed thinkers and doers with election to American Academy of Art and Sciences' 2012 class of fellows
Hutch News - April 17, 2012
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
Getting to the core of cell quality control

Getting to the core of cell quality control

Researchers in Gottschling lab discover pathway for trashing defective proteins in yeast-cell nucleus
Hutch News - May 05, 2005
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