Dr. Andrew Hsieh thanked a former postdoc for inspiring his lab’s “most scientific” pumpkin in Fred Hutch’s annual contest.
Dr. Steve Pergam underscored the importance of taking COVID-19 precautions during the holidays.
Dr. Rachel Bender Ignacio emphasized the importance of studies at the COVID-19 Clinical Research Center.
Kathy Briant summarized the importance of equity in cancer care and discussed Fred Hutch’s community outreach work
Dr. Trevor Bedford reflected on how the pandemic “will leave us with generally strengthened surveillance systems and public health, and an ability to deal with something like this in the future to a better degree.”
Dr. Larry Corey touted the expertise Fred Hutch brings to coordinate COVID-19 vaccine trials.
Dr. Larry Corey reflected on full enrollment in the first Phase 3 vaccine trial.
Dr. Stephanie Lee discussed disparities in blood cancer treatment and survival rates.
Dr. Jesse Bloom’s recent study of cases aboard a fishing boat provided evidence that antibodies protect against COVID-19.
Dr. Larry Corey discussed how the COVID-19 Prevention Trials Network has supported enrolling diverse populations into COVID-19 vaccine trials.
Dr. Thomas Lynch described why he’s excited about the opening of the Lake Union Steam Plant.
Dr. Josh Hill discussed treating immune responses in COVID-19 patients.
Dr. Kevin Cheung noted epigen’s role in the spread of breast cancer.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Research announced Monday that it has opened its COVID-19 Clinical Research Center.
In an op-ed piece, Dr. Josh Schiffer suggested COVID-19 strategies can be flawed but still effective in reducing transmission.
Drs. Shelly Karuna and Larry Corey commented on the potential of monoclonal antibodies to treat and prevent COVID-19.