The Seattle Times profiled Tanner Swanson and his fundraising efforts for Coaches vs. COVID.
Pavitra Roychoudhury discussed her work with COVID-19 genomics and tracking, specifically a sequence sharing project.
Jesse Bloom explained how COVID-19 serology tests work.
Trevor Bedford is listed as a source of COVID-19 spread and tracking data.
Karen Syrjala provided insight on helping cancer survivors manage stress and anxiety, and the limitations of current information.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran commented on the potential outcomes of easing physical distancing restrictions too early.
Dr. Elizabeth Duke explained issues trying to find a drug to properly control and treat COVID-19.
Dr. Larry Corey weighed in on the use of HIV ARV’s as potential treatments for COVID-19.
Trevor Bedford’s analysis that COVID-19 was introduced to the US sometime in January is referenced.
Dr. Jim Olson discussed the challenges of running a lab during COVID-19.
GeekWire highlighted Trevor Bedford’s research tracking COVID-19, and referenced a webinar featuring Dr. Elizabeth Halloran.
Dr. Gary Lyman’s comments from a panel on COVID-19 and cancer care are highlighted.
KING 5 profiled the 2020 Hutch Award winner Dee Gordon.
Kai Correa, Giants bench coach, discussed his work fundraising for Fred Hutch as part of the Coaches vs. COVID program.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran suggested what may happen as a result of relaxing physical distancing measures too early.
Trevor Bedford’s timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. beginning in early January is referenced.
Russell Campbell commented on how the COVID-19 pandemic echoes the AIDs epidemic in its impact on minorities and under-served populations.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran gave insight to what may happen is physical distancing measures are loosened.
Trevor Bedford is quoted on his test, trace, isolate strategies to stop the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trevor Bedford’s analysis of the death rate from COVID-19 in New York City is referenced.
Trevor Bedford is included as a credible source of COVID-19 information.
Trevor Bedford’s comments on new antibody study results suggesting high antibody prevalence in the community are included.
Reuters highlighted the new Hutch Award recipient, Dee Gordon, for his charitable work.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran suggested that while we hope being infected with COVID-19 produces immunity for at least a year, further research is needed to confirm.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran discussed how COVID-19 differs from other infectious diseases like measles, specifically in its higher transmissibility.
Andy McGuire commented on the vaccine development process in reference to COVID-19 vaccine research.
Dr. Andrew Hsieh commented on new research on a treatment for prostate cancer growth.
Dee Gordon’s statements on receiving the 2020 Hutch Award are quoted, in a profile of his charity work.
Dee Gordon’s work with charities to provide food during COVID-19 and support those affected by domestic violence is discussed in light of him receiving the 2020 Hutch Award.
The Tacoma News Tribune profiled Dee Gordon, who was chosen as the 2020 Hutch Award winner.
Hutch award winner Dee Gordon is featured, specifically his baseball and philanthropic achievements.
ESPN profiled 2020 Hutch Award winner Dee Gordon of the Mariners, highlighting his philanthropic work throughout his career.
Trevor Bedford’s test, trace and isolate plan to stop COVID-19 spread is explored.
Trevor Bedford’s and Nextstrain collaborator Emma Hodcraft’s comments on the mutation rate of COVID-19 and the implications of that for vaccine efficacy are discussed.
Wired discussed Trevor Bedford’s rise to Twitter fame through his research communications in a larger piece on Twitter as a news source.
Trevor Bedford’s statements suggesting undetected COVID-19 spread across Washington in late February are cited.
STAT News highlighted a Fred Hutch and AWS collaboration on a COVID-19 study called COVIDWatch
Louise Moncla explained why we need to expand COVID-19 tracing and testing abilities to interpret the spread that led to early deaths in California.
The New York Times referenced Trevor Bedford’s genetic analysis work placing the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in Washington in early February, in light of new data on an early February COVID-19 death.
Dr. Jim Olson’s research on using scorpion venom peptides to locate tumors is explored.
Trevor Bedford’s tweets reinforcing that COVID-19 was not circulating in the U.S. in December are cited.
Dr. Ruth Etzioni’s statements on the use of the IHME model to make policy decisions are quoted.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran commented on physical distancing measures in Washington, and the impact it had on slowing COVID-19 transmission.
The New York Times recalled the story of the Washington COVID-19 outbreak and how genomic analysis helped track the virus, quoting Pavitra Roychoudhury and Trevor Bedford.
Dr. Ruth Etzioni gave context to all of the new antibody studies coming out, reinforcing the wide range in accuracy across tests.
Dr. Joshua Schiffer commented on a new COVID-19 patient registry to improve research efforts.
Trevor Bedford’s statements on when COVID-19 began circulating in the U.S. and Nextstrain findings are referenced.
Dr. Joshua Schiffer is quoted on the use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 treatment and the lack of understanding of its impact.
A Fred Hutch study on the health benefits of adding walking into the lives of otherwise sedentary people is referenced.
Trevor Bedford’s work is referenced as part of an analysis of how we study pandemics and disease.
Ruth Etzioni commented on the use of COVID-19 models to inform policy decisions, noting some models are not being interpreted properly.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran emphasized the difficulty in determining to number of COVID-19 cases due to lack of testing.
In light of new modeling results, Ruth Etzioni reinforced that policy makers should draw on multiple models to make policy decisions.
Ruth Etzioni explained despite its predictions, the IHME model should not be the only model used to make policy decisions around COVID-19.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran explained that COVID-19 serological tests have not yet been perfected, and some may give false results.
GeekWire covered a new Fred Hutch study, Covidwatch, focused on those most at risk to get COVID-19, to help us better understand characteristics of the virus.
Drs. Larry Corey and Jesse Bloom discussed new COVID-19 antibody tests and research on neutralizing antibodies
Drs. Tom Lynch and Larry Corey recalled the start of the COVID-19 epidemic and discussed Fred Hutch’s efforts to track and control the virus along with other notable Seattle companies.
Early results from the SCAN program, of which Fred Hutch is a partner, are discussed.
Dr. Tom Lynch commented on the hard work and early data from the SCAN COVID-19 testing program.
Ruth Etzioni explained serologic and diagnostic COVID-19 tests, and the uncertainties associated with each.
Trevor Bedford’s statements reinforcing COVID-19 was not in the U.S. last fall are referenced.
Trevor Bedford’s tweets explaining his test, trace, and isolate strategies for COVID-19 using digital and non-digital tools are discussed.
Gary Lyman’s comments on the new COVID-19 cancer registry are discussed.
Trevor Bedford’s digital tracing endeavor, Nexttrace, is cited as one way to slow COVID-19.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran commented on the possibility of herd immunity to COVID-19, suggesting we have not reached that level of infection.
Fred Hutch’s use of a new software to de-silo and streamline data with AWS is discussed.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran advised on the conditions necessary to lift COVID-19 lockdowns and keep the virus under control.
Trevor Bedford commented on how mutation rates may or may not impact a COVID-19 vaccine.
Larry Corey provided context to a new study from Fred Hutch and UW suggesting Washington state has successfully lowered COVID-19 infections through physical distancing measures.
Trevor Bedford is listed as a COVID-19 expert, to help reduce misinformation about the virus.
Trevor Bedford’s genomic analysis work to track COVID-19 from the initial outbreak in the U.S. is mentioned.
PLoS Blogs delved into science communications, referencing Trevor Bedford’s use of twitter to explain COVID-19 research.
Ruth Etzioni explained from a statistical point of view why despite some similarities, COVID-19 is not comparable to the flu.
Fred Hutch Coaches vs. COVID fundraiser Tanner Swanson discussed why he was motivated to fundraise for Fred Hutch research.
Trevor Bedford suggested even with lifted physical distancing measures, COVID-19 may not rebound as strongly as the public exercises more caution.
KOMO covered Trevor Bedford’s latest tweets debunking beliefs that COVID-19 was circulating prior to January in Washington and California.
Trevor Bedford’s statements reinforcing the timeline of the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak are included, along with data from Nextstrain.
The Coaches vs. COVID fundraising campaign for Fred Hutch is profiled, with fundraiser Tanner Swanson sharing what motivated him to fundraise for COVID-19 research.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran and Trevor Bedford’s recommendations to keep COVID-19 at bay and loosen physical distancing measures are discussed.
Allison Black, a genomic epidemiologist in the Bedford Lab, debunked sentiments that SARS-CoV-2 was circulating in the U.S. in fall 2019.
Jesse Bloom and Harmit Malik explained the process of a viral infection, referencing SARS-CoV-2 from first introduction into the body to the onset of the infection.
A study from Fred Hutch researchers on the use of ventilators in COVID-19 patients is cited.
Drs. Keith Jerome and Larry Corey explained work on blood tests for CoV-2 antibodies and the need for a vaccine.
Trevor Bedford’s latest tweets suggesting physical distancing measures have been effective in Washington state are cited.
Dr. Steve Pergam, along with other first responders in the Seattle area, published a piece on the COVID-19 pandemic and outbreaks in Washington.
Trevor Bedford’s work on NextTrace, a digital COVID-19 tracing method, is highlighted.
Dr. Steve Pergam commented on the increased susceptibility for COVID-19 within cancer patients, and how oncologists should prepare.
Trevor Bedford reinforced that his genomic analysis suggested a January introduction of COVID-19 to the U.S.
Dr. Anne McTiernan is featured in a video of scientists and doctors discussing COVID-19.
Trevor Bedford’s analysis suggesting a mid-January start date for the COVID-19 outbreak in Washington state is referenced.
Fred Hutch is listed among institutions fundraising for COVID-19 work.
Dr. Ruth Etzioni explained the different types of modeling, what they mean and how they are used to predict COVID-19 parameters.
Trevor Bedford’s initial research suggesting community COVID-19 transmission in Washington is recalled.
Dr. Julie Gralow commented on the success of a new breast cancer treatment trial, with the drug illustrating benefits across the study.
Trevor Bedford is referenced for his work and comments on fighting COVID-19.
Trevor Bedford’s early analysis that COVID-19 was circulating undetected in Washington State is referenced.
Dr. Steve Pergam’s comments on how COVID-19 compares to the flu are included.
GeekWire covered Dr. Steve Pergam’s live COVID-19 Q&A, highlighting ways to stay safe but social.
Dr. William Grady commented on an outside study on blood tests and cancer detection.
Dr. Elizabeth Halloran answered questions about the outlook for COVID-19, and next steps to stop the pandemic.
Dr. Stephanie Lee spoke about the new ASH COVID-19 registry for patients run who had or currently have blood cancers.
STAT featured Trevor Bedford and NextTrace, a new platform that uses digital contact tracing to stop COVID-19.
GeekWire profiled Trevor Bedford’s new program NextTrace, that uses contact-tracing to stop COVID-19.
Dr. Stephanie Lee commented on the new ASH COVID-19 Registry for cancer patients with COVID-19.
Undark mentioned Trevor Bedford’s use of twitter to comment on a preprint paper about COVID-19.
Dr. Gary Lyman and Dr. Michael Boeckh discussed patient care and safety during COVID-19, and the Cancer Care COVID-19 registry.