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Do we create our own time? Dr. Mark Roth explores the answers

<p>Cell biologist Dr. Mark Roth gets deep on suspended animation and philosophy with audience of marijuana enthusiasts</p>
Hutch News - November 19, 2015

Selenide protects heart muscle in the wake of cardiac arrest

Tissue damage is diminished by nearly 90 percent, finds preclinical study
Releases - April 09, 2015

MacGyvering lab equipment

From old bicycle wheels to an in-house metalworking shop, scientists get creative when the research tools they need don’t exist
Hutch News - March 03, 2015

Questions for a ‘genius:’ Fred Hutch’s MacArthur Fellow reflects on life-changing award

As a new class of winners is named Wednesday, Dr. Mark Roth talks about the impact of receiving $500,000 in 2007
Hutch News - September 17, 2014

Mark Roth to be featured in ‘NOVA’ series

‘Making Stuff Colder’ episode to air at 9 p.m. Oct. 30 on PBS
Hutch News - October 28, 2013

Seattle Science Festival showcases 'Cool' biomedical jobs June 13

Signature program will feature Fred Hutch's Colleen Delaney, Mark Roth, and UW's Buddy Ratner, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Seattle Public Library
Hutch News - June 10, 2013

Spend Saturday at the Seattle Center exploring Science EXPO

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center will participate in the second annual Seattle Science Festival with two hands-on exhibits at Science EXPO Day June 8 and a presentation on 'cool' biomedical jobs June 13
Hutch News - June 04, 2013

Roth’s 'riveting' TED talk now online

Watch the 18-minute lecture that continues to win accolades for Dr. Mark Roth and his research in suspended animation
Hutch News - March 17, 2010

Hibernation drug increases survival after extreme blood loss

Cell biologist Mark Roth's findings in rats show promise for buying time for victims of car accident or battlefield injuries
Hutch News - July 07, 2008

Hydrogen sulfide and long life

Mark Roth finds compound used to induce 'hibernation on demand' in mice significantly increases life span and heat tolerance in roundworms
Hutch News - November 01, 2007
Last Modified, August 15, 2019