Hutch News

It runs in the family

From Michelle Baglia, Christopher Li, Public Health Science and Peggy Porter, Human Biology divisions
Science Spotlight - March 19, 2018

NWBioTrust: Enhancing access to biospecimens for research

New resource collaboration will increase availability of human blood and tissues samples to benefit research and the community
Hutch News - September 03, 2013

Cancer chemotherapy resistance: Hutchinson Center team discovers new mechanism

Noncancerous fibroblasts when exposed to chemotherapy sustain DNA damage that drives the production of an array of factors that stimulate solid tumor cancer growth
Hutch News - August 06, 2012

Porter leads new shared resource for specimen collection

Consortium Biospecimen Resource will foster collaborations and advance solid tumor translational research by uniting existing repositories and providing a centralized collection service
Hutch News - October 03, 2011

Porter wins nearly $5 million from LSDF

State Life Sciences Discovery Fund grant will promote Consortium biospecimen research
Hutch News - April 12, 2010

Center leads new Chernobyl study

Five-year project will examine effects of radiation exposure on premenopausal breast-cancer risk and whether such risk differs according to the breast-cancer characteristics
Hutch News - May 12, 2008

The troubling global trend for breast cancer

With greater affluence comes a global increase in breast-cancer risk, reports cancer biology researcher Peggy Porter
Hutch News - January 28, 2008

The melding of diverse minds around proteomics initiative

Paulovich Lab harnesses specialists from a variety of fields for contributions to $104 million National Cancer Institute network
Hutch News - February 01, 2007
Last Modified, August 15, 2019