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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 February 17, 2020
How Helicobacter stays helical

How Helicobacter stays helical

New insights into how the cancer-causing stomach bacterium keeps its shape could point the way for future, more-specialized antibiotics
Hutch News - January 21, 2020
Pilot study identifies strain of bacteria as chief risk factor for stomach cancer

Pilot study identifies strain of bacteria as chief risk factor for stomach cancer

Findings in PLOS ONE paper may help doctors better identify, screen and treat high-risk patients
Releases - September 12, 2018
'You create your path': Panel of 'Rock Star Women in Science' inspire crowd

'You create your path': Panel of 'Rock Star Women in Science' inspire crowd

Top scientists from five research organizations spoke to sold out crowd about passion, science, confidence and pear farming
Hutch News - June 23, 2016
Exploring the human gut microbiome

Exploring the human gut microbiome

Scientific interest in this diverse world of bacteria has flipped from fear to fascination
Hutch News - January 22, 2016
Super drugs for superbugs: Creative ways to combat antibiotic resistance

Super drugs for superbugs: Creative ways to combat antibiotic resistance

New discoveries could overcome antibiotic development stalemate, stay ahead of bacteria’s steady march toward drug resistance
Hutch News - January 15, 2015
Salama, colleagues unlock ulcer bug’s structure

Salama, colleagues unlock ulcer bug’s structure

H. pylori’s corkscrew twist allows colonization; findings may lead to better drugs
Hutch News - June 01, 2010
Shape matters: the corkscrew twist of the ulcer bug H. pylori enables it to 'set up shop' in the stomach

Shape matters: the corkscrew twist of the ulcer bug H. pylori enables it to 'set up shop' in the stomach

Unlocking the keys to H. pylori's helical structure may lead to better antibiotic drugs for diseases from ulcers and stomach cancer to diarrhea and cholera
Releases - May 27, 2010
Reaping the rewards of synergistic research

Reaping the rewards of synergistic research

Synergy Fund supports two pilot projects involving scientists from separate labs working in innovative partnerships
Hutch News - August 01, 2007
Last Modified, August 15, 2019