Hutch News

Reconstructing Zika’s travels in the Americas

From the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division and the Center for Inference and Dynamics of Infectious Diseases
Science Spotlight - June 19, 2017

Zika virus: 6 key things we don’t yet know

From lack of data to inconclusive blood tests to the unique challenges of pregnancy, experts weigh in on the knowledge gaps in this emerging infection
Hutch News - February 02, 2016

A warning heeded yields good news on Ebola

Disease modeling shows that treatment centers, safe burials are containing outbreak in Liberia
Hutch News - January 09, 2015

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

Ebola cases could top 10,000 by month’s end, Fred Hutch researchers say

Disease modeling shows virus is spreading ‘without any end in sight’
Hutch News - September 09, 2014

‘It packs a punch’: High-dose flu vaccine cuts illness in older adults

Shot contains 4 times as much antigen, boosts antibodies and protects better, large study finds
Hutch News - August 13, 2014

Oral vaccine could have halved Haiti’s cholera epidemic

VIDD study shows need for comprehensive global action plan, strategy to reduce cholera-related mortality in developing countries
Hutch News - April 18, 2011

Brent and Eisenman named AAAS fellows

Basic scientists honored for outstanding contributions in biochemistry, transcription, genomics and systems biology, and pathbreaking studies in the field of oncogenes
Hutch News - January 17, 2011

Positive projections for combating TB

Halloran and colleagues report tuberculosis vaccines, drugs and diagnostics under development could reduce incidence of the disease between 13 percent and 71 percent
Hutch News - August 10, 2009
Last Modified, August 15, 2019