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Arms race: new ammunition in the fight against viral antibody escape

Arms race: new ammunition in the fight against viral antibody escape

From the Bloom Lab, Basic Sciences Division, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - November 21, 2022
One gene, two functions in bacterial immunity

One gene, two functions in bacterial immunity

From the Stoddard Lab, Basic Sciences Division and the Kaiser Lab, Seattle University
Science Spotlight - July 18, 2022
Lessons from mom: How to be the best immune system you can be

Lessons from mom: How to be the best immune system you can be

Dr. Meghan Koch’s work in mice on how breast milk’s immune proteins shape infant immune system, long-term health could someday help human babies
Hutch News - May 05, 2022
Dr. James Priess shares Gruber Genetics Prize

Dr. James Priess shares Gruber Genetics Prize

$500K award honors contributions to understanding the genes and processes that control early development
Hutch News - February 24, 2022
Antibody, how do I escape thee? Let me count the ways.

Antibody, how do I escape thee? Let me count the ways.

From the Bloom Lab, Basic Sciences and Public Health Sciences Divisions
Science Spotlight - February 21, 2022
Dr. Steven Hahn elected to American Academy of Microbiology

Dr. Steven Hahn elected to American Academy of Microbiology

Revealed fundamental properties of molecular machinery that creates mRNA
Hutch News - February 18, 2022
Coronavirus’ distant past reveals ancient roots of trait that could help them jump species

Coronavirus’ distant past reveals ancient roots of trait that could help them jump species

SARS-related coronaviruses with theoretical spillover potential more widespread than previously thought
Hutch News - February 03, 2022
Harmit Malik receives Novitski Prize

Harmit Malik receives Novitski Prize

Evolutionary biologist uses creative strategies to tackle genetic conflict
Hutch News - January 24, 2022
Last Modified, April 02, 2020