Media Coverage

Media Coverage Archive 2017

This page contains a listing of news items featuring Fred Hutch.  Older items may be located in the archive to the left.

American Journal of Managed Care, June 19, 2017
Dr. Scott Ramsey discusses in a video interview how the rising cost of cancer drugs, including novel treatments just entering the market, could be addressed to reduce the financial burden on patients
Medscape, June 19, 2017
Article covering Dr. Kelly Paulson's presentation of findings for a new treatment for Merkel cell carcinoma at the annual American Society for Clinical Oncology meeting
International Business Times, June 16, 2017
Article about Jeff Bezos' approach to philanthropy notes the Bezos family's generous philanthropic support of Fred Hutch
CNET, June 16, 2017
Article about Jeff Bezos' approach to philanthropy notes the Bezos family's generous philanthropic support of Fred Hutch
The Seattle Times, June 16, 2017
Column explores options for renaming Safeco Field, where the Seattle Mariners play, including the suggestion of Fred Hutchinson Field
Nature, June 16, 2017
Dr. Jesse Bloom is quoted on open access to scientific research and how he approaches sharing results prior to journal publication
Medpage Today, June 16, 2017
Article covers study led by Dr. Polly Newcomb indicating that use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can increase survival rate in colorectal cancer patients without KRAS wild-type tumors
Cancer Network, June 16, 2017
Article covers presentation by Dr. Sunil Hingorani at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting of the results in a pancreatic cancer trial
The New York Times, June 15, 2017
Article about Jeff Bezos' approach to philanthropy notes the Bezos family's generous philanthropic support of Fred Hutch
The New York Times, June 15, 2017
Article about Jeff Bezos' approach to philanthropy notes the Bezos family's generous philanthropic support of Fred Hutch
Science, June 13, 2017
Article quotes Dr. David Maloney on potential challenges of treating patients with cellular immunotherapies once they're approved for wider use
Associated Press, June 12, 2017
Story explores the field of cellular immunotherapy to treat cancer, featuring leading Fred Hutch researchers Drs. Phil Greenberg, Stan Riddell and David Maloney
The Houston Chronicle [via Associated Press], June 12, 2017
Story explores the field of cellular immunotherapy to treat cancer, featuring leading Fred Hutch researchers Drs. Phil Greenberg, Stan Riddell and David Maloney
Men's Health, June 12, 2017
Article on several cancers that men should be aware of, including comments from Dr. William Grady on symptoms and treatment for colorectal cancer
NPR, June 9, 2017
Highlights the Fred Hutch-run, National Cancer Institute-supported Contact Center that patients can call, chat or email to get answers
GenomeWeb, June 7, 2017
Article covers the latest iteration of Oncoscape, a cancer data visualization tool led by Dr. Eric Holland
Medscape, June 6, 2017
Coverage of the Fred Hutch-led study that found trials run by the SWOG collaborative group saved an estimated 3.34 million years of life for cancer patients. Quotes study author Dr. Joseph Unger
Reuters, June 5, 2017
Fred Hutch-led study found that trials run by the National Cancer Institute-supported SWOG collaborative group have saved an estimated 3.34 million years of life. Article quotes study author Dr. Joseph Unger on how the team measured the program's benefit
HemOnc Today, June 5, 2017
Quotes Dr. Sunil Hingorani on new results for a pancreatic cancer treatment that were presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting
CNN, June 2, 2017
Article explores the current state of cancer immunotherapy research, quoting Dr. Phil Greenberg, as the American Society for Clinical Oncology annual meeting begins
Puget Sound Business Journal, Jun. 1, 2017
Q&A with Fred Hutch Board of Trustees member Mike Clayville about the intersection of cancer research and technology
Wall Street Journal, May 29, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
Consumer Affairs, May 25, 2017
Article covers study led by Dr. Gary Lyman that indicates many women with early-stage breast cancer are receiving unnecessary screening and treatment
GeekWire, May 24, 2017
Nancy Gore is quoted on the importance of operating the NCI's only call center for patients, which is housed at Fred Hutch
Puget Sound Business Journal, May 24, 2017
Coverage of the continuation of NCI funding for a call center for patients, located at Fred Hutch
Washington Post, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
New York Magazine, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
CNN, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
USA Today, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
CBS News, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
ABC News, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
BBC, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
Xinhua, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
Web MD (via HealthDay), May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
Voice of America, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
HemOnc Today, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
Refinery 29, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
Mashable, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
U.S. News & World Report, May 23, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan on a report she co-authored that systematically analyzed 119 breast cancer prevention studies
Forbes, May 18, 2017
A study led by the National Cancer Institute and including Fred Hutch found that women with metastatic breast cancer are seeing an improved survival rate across all age groups
Black Health Matters, May 18, 2017
A study led by the National Cancer Institute and including Fred Hutch found that women with metastatic breast cancer are seeing an improved survival rate across all age groups
Washington Post, May 18, 2017
A study led by the National Cancer Institute and including Fred Hutch found that women with metastatic breast cancer are seeing an improved survival rate across all age groups
MSN (via Washington Post), May 18, 2017
A study led by the National Cancer Institute and including Fred Hutch found that women with metastatic breast cancer are seeing an improved survival rate across all age groups
Boston Globe (via Washington Post), May 18, 2017
A study led by the National Cancer Institute and including Fred Hutch found that women with metastatic breast cancer are seeing an improved survival rate across all age groups
Cure Today, Apr. 7, 2017
Dr. Celesita Higano on early use of chemotherapy, PARP inhibitors and radium-223 as treatment options for prostate cancer
Inside Philanthropy, Apr. 5, 2017
Article reports on the Bezos Family's philanthropic gift to Fred Hutch, and how this type of support is crucial as debates continue over the federal funding for cancer research
Tacoma News-Tribune, Apr. 7, 2017
Column includes information about early registration for Obliteride, Fred Hutch's weekend-long bike ride to raise funds for cancer research
Puget Sound Business Journal, Apr. 4, 2017
Analysis of which organizations in the region receive NIH funding and NIH funding levels by city includes Fred Hutch, UW and others
STAT, Apr. 4, 2017
Dr. Kristin Anderson discusses promising findings from an immunotherapy study she presented at the annual American Association for Cancer Research meeting
GeekWire, Apr. 3, 2017
Profile of Dr. Nancy Davidson, in which she discusses some of the most impactful innovations in cancer research to date and how the field can build on those advances
GeekWire, Apr. 3, 2017
Article covers Dr. Seth Pollack's presentation at the American Association for Cancer Research's annual conference. Pollack's study in patients with sarcoma found a bacteria-inspired drug could help heighten immune response
U.S. News & World Report [via Associated Press], Apr. 1, 2017
Article about the Bezos family donation of $35 million to Fred Hutch. The donation, the largest ever to Fred Hutch, will be used to draw top researchers and explore new ways to fight cancer
The Spokesman-Review [via Associated Press], Apr. 1, 2017
Article about the Bezos family donation of $35 million to Fred Hutch. The donation, the largest ever to Fred Hutch, will be used to draw top researchers and explore new ways to fight cancer
Chronicle of Philanthropy, Mar. 31, 2017
Roundup of week's top stories includes a mention of the Bezos family donation of $35 million to Fred Hutch
The Nonprofit Times, Mar. 31, 2017
Article about the Bezos family donation of $35 million to Fred Hutch. The donation, the largest ever to Fred Hutch, will be used to draw top researchers and explore new ways to fight cancer
The Seattle Times, Mar. 30, 2017
Article about the Bezos family donation of $35 million to Fred Hutch. The donation, the largest ever to Fred Hutch, will be used to draw top researchers and explore new ways to fight cancer.
GeekWire, Mar. 30, 2017
Article about the Bezos family's $35 million donation to Fred Hutch
Puget Sound Business Journal, Mar. 30, 2017
Article about the Bezos family donation of $35 million to Fred Hutch. The donation, the largest ever to Fred Hutch, will be used to draw top researchers and explore new ways to fight cancer
KOMO-TV, Mar. 30, 2017
Story about the largest ever to Fred Hutch, which will be used to draw top researchers and explore new ways to fight cancer
KIRO-TV, Mar. 30, 2017
Story about the largest ever to Fred Hutch, which will be used to draw top researchers and explore new ways to fight cancer
CNN, Mar. 29, 2017
Features research co-led by Drs. Filippo Milano and Colleen Delaney into how umbilical cord transplants can treat leukemia
Mosaic, Mar. 28, 2017
Features research co-led by Drs. Filippo Milano and Colleen Delaney into how umbilical cord transplants can treat leukemia
Ars Technica, Mar. 28, 2017
Features research co-led by Drs. Filippo Milano and Colleen Delaney into how umbilical cord transplants can treat leukemia
Sequim Gazette, Mar. 30, 2017
Article about a 12-week program, Exercise and Thrive, which was developed by Fred Hutch
GeekWire, Mar. 28, 2017
Coverage of a $3.2 million National Cancer Institute grant awarded to Dr. Damian Green to investigate a potential treatment for multiple myeloma
KING-TV, Mar. 24, 2017
Story covers a fundraiser by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society benefiting research at Fred Hutch by Dr. Jerry Radich
STAT, Mar. 23, 2017
Fred Hutch biostatistician Dr. Ross Prentice comments on a controversial study on the role DNA mutations play in cancer risk. Scientific American also ran this story
Washington Post, Mar. 23, 2017
Dr. Anne McTiernan comments on limitations of a study on the role DNA mutation plays in cancer risk
Science, Mar. 23, 2017
Dr. Anne McTiernan weighs in on a controversial study on cancer risk
Science News, Mar. 23, 2017
Fred Hutch cancer prevention researcher Dr. Anne McTiernan clarifies limitations of a controversial study on DNA mutation and cancer risk
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Mar. 23, 2017
Article encourages readers to take advantage of the early-bird registration rate and sign-up for Obliteride, Fred Hutch’s weekend-long bicycling event to raise funds for cancer research
The Seattle Times, Mar. 21, 2017
Op-ed by Dr. Gary Gilliland on how President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health would impact patients and their families, and recent progress in cancer research
HealthDay News, Mar. 21, 2017
Coverage of a study by Dr. Michael Boeckh that found the common cold can be dangerous for bone marrow transplant patients. Story also ran in the U.S. News & World Report, Arizona Daily Star, The Post-Star (Glen Falls, NY), Montana Standard, Military News, and several other outlets
Walla Walla Union Bulletin, Mar. 19, 2017
Story reports on on potential impacts that President Trump's proposed budget could have on community programs and scientific research
KIRO-FM, Mar. 18, 2017
Radio interview with Dr. Gary Gilliland, hosted by KIRO Radio's Ron and Don, on the negative impact of President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the National Institute of Health
The Cancer Letter, Mar. 17, 2017
Story features metastatic breast cancer patient Beth Caldwell who spoke out against President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health at a Fred Hutch news conference
Kaiser Health News, Mar. 17, 2017
Article notes responses of various research institutions, including Fred Hutch, against President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health
The Cancer Letter, Mar. 17, 2017
Q&A with Dr. Nancy Davidson, director of the Clinical Research Division at Fred Hutch and outgoing president of the American Association for Cancer Research, on the importance of federal funding to cancer research
GeekWire, Mar. 16, 2017
Roundup of statements from leaders in scientific research against President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health
GeekWire, Mar. 16, 2017
Report of local leaders, including Dr. Gary Gilliland, who have raised concerns about the impact of President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health on scientific research
The Seattle Times, Mar. 16, 2017
Coverage of Dr. Gary Gilliland's statement on President Trump's proposed budget cuts to the National Institutes of Health
The Seattle Channel, Mar. 16, 2017
Segment features interviews with malaria researcher Dr. Jim Kublin and study participants Molly Perry and Joelle Mumley who took part in a study coordinated by Kublin at the Fred Hutch-based Seattle Malaria Clinical Trials Center
CBS News, Mar. 12, 2017
CBS News "Sunday Morning" devoted this week's episode to promising developments in cancer diagnosis, treatment and research, including Dr. Jim Olson's work on Tumor Paint
GeekWire, Mar. 12, 2016
Coverage of a speech at South by Southwest by former Vice President Joe Biden that called out Fred Hutch as a leader in cancer research
MIT Technology Review, Mar. 8, 2017
Article explores Dr. Jennifer Adair's efforts to expand gene therapy beyond costly labs to lower-resource settings, using a machine that is more portable, affordable and user-friendly than existing options
NPR, Mar. 7, 2017
Quotes Dr. Marion Newhouser on a study that found some positive benefits of soy consumption among breast cancer survivors
Immuno-Oncology News, Mar. 7, 2017
Follows a study by Dr. Aude Chapuis and collaborators using a technique akin to barcoding to identify which T cells deliver the largest anti-cancer punch
Infectious Disease News, Mar. 5, 2017
Coverage of Open Science Prize, awarded to Drs. Trevor Bedford and Richard Neher
R&D Magazine, Mar. 1, 2017
Follows a study by Dr. Aude Chapuis and collaborators using a technique akin to barcoding to identify which T cells deliver the largest anti-cancer punch
HemOnc Today, Mar. 1, 2017
Coverage of a study presented by Dr. Mohamed Soror indicating that patients with acute myeloid leukemia who received intensive therapy had higher 2-year survival rates than patients treated with non-intensive therapy
Quartz, Feb. 28, 2017
Article explains a new genetic tool, Nexstrain, for which creators Drs. Trevor Bedford and Richard Neher were awarded the inaugural Open Science Prize by the National Institutes of Health, Wellcome Trust and Howard Hughes Medical Institute
GeekWire, Feb. 28, 2017
Coverage of Open Science Prize, awarded to Drs. Trevor Bedford and Richard Neher
GenomeWeb, Feb. 28, 2017
Coverage of Open Science Prize, awarded to Drs. Trevor Bedford and Richard Neher
Nextgov, Feb. 28, 2017
Coverage of Open Science Prize, awarded to Drs. Trevor Bedford and Richard Neher
Puget Sound Business Journal, Feb. 28, 2017
Profile of Dr. Larry Corey and his research on how immunotherapy could be used to attack HIV and other viruses
The Daily Pennsylvanian, Feb. 28, 2017
Coverage of a University of Pennsylvania panel that featured Dr. Nancy Davidson, former Vice President Joe Biden and other cancer leaders
Medical News Today, Feb. 27, 2017
Follows a study by Dr. Aude Chapuis and collaborators using a technique akin to barcoding to identify which T cells deliver the largest anti-cancer punch
GeekWire, Feb. 24, 2017
Follows a study by Dr. Aude Chapuis and collaborators using a technique akin to barcoding to identify which T cells deliver the largest anti-cancer punch
New Scientist, Feb. 21, 2017
Article on breast cancer and exercise study quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan
GeekWire, Feb. 16, 2017
Article covers a report issued by the Washington Life Science & Global Health Advisory Council showing a downturn in the sector's job growth, and mentions Fred Hutch and other leaders in the industry
POZ, Feb. 15, 2017
Dr. Jennifer Balkus presented study findings at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections indicating that addition of pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, in vaginal rings did not reduce effectiveness of hormonal contraceptive
Nature, Feb. 15, 2017
Article explores how creative writing can enrich scientists' lives. Dr. Anne McTiernan's recent memoir is discussed as an example of how some researchers "weave their work into their writing"
WAAY-TV, Feb. 15, 2017
Dr. Anne McTiernan and study participant Luanne Mills are featured in an Ivanhoe News segment on how exercise and diet can have an effect on lowering cancer-causing proteins in the body
Puget Sound Business Journal, Feb. 14, 2017
Puget Sound Business Journal awarded Fred Hutch 'Innovator of the Year.' The accompanying story features interviews with Drs. Gary Gilliland and Fred Appelbaum and Niki Robinson
Seattle Refined, Feb. 14, 2017
A list of Seattle's skybridges that includes structures connecting several buildings on Fred Hutch's campus
Targeted Oncology, Feb. 14, 2017
Article references an early-stage JCAR014 trial at Fred Hutch for patients with non-Hodgkin lymphoma
Clinical Oncology News, Feb. 13, 2017
Dr. Joseph Unger is quoted speaking about the challenges of clinical trial recruitment
KSAT-TV, Feb. 10, 2017
Dr. Anne McTiernan and study participant Luanne Mills are featured in an Ivanhoe News segment on how exercise and diet can have an effect on lowering cancer-causing proteins in the body
GeekWire, Feb. 9, 2017
Article covers opening of new facilities at Fred Hutch spinoff Nohla Therapeutics
KLAS-TV, Feb. 8, 2017
Dr. Anne McTiernan and study participant Luanne Mills are featured in an Ivanhoe News segment on how exercise and diet can have an effect on lowering cancer-causing proteins in the body
"Our Blog," American Institute for Cancer Research, Feb. 7, 2017
Blog about the association between weight loss and reduced cancer risk by Fred Hutch's Dr. Anne McTiernan
GeekWire, Feb. 6, 2017
Article about an effort led by Dr. Amanda Paulovich and her lab to develop protein tests that could match cancer patients to the most effective treatment
WBBM-TV, Feb. 4, 2017
Dr. Anne McTiernan and study participant Luanne Mills are featured in an Ivanhoe News segment on how exercise and diet can have an effect on lowering cancer-causing proteins in the body
Reuters Health, Feb. 2, 2017
Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan of Fred Hutch about the importance of treating a patient's number on the scale as a measure of health risk, just like blood pressure
Oncology Nursing News, Feb. 2, 2017
Q&A with Rosemary Ford, a longtime bone marrow transplant nurse at Fred Hutch/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance who worked under the late Nobel laureate Dr. E. Donnall Thomas, the "father of bone marrow transplantation"
Medscape, Feb. 1, 2017
Julia Walker, a member of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research, is quoted explaining a study looking into why breast cancer patients may be receiving biomarker testing or imaging that doesn't adhere to recommendations
RealClear Health, Feb. 1, 2017
Opinion piece on the negative impact that high costs of cancer care have on patient outcomes references a Fred Hutch story on the financial toxicity of cancer
Miami Herald, Jan. 20, 2017
Article about Miami Marlins' Hutch Award winner Dustin McGowan, a diabetes advocate
GeekWire, Jan. 20, 2017
Article about a $2.6 million grant from Gilead Sciences to Dr. Larry Corey for HIV-cure research
KevinMD.com (from Medpage Today), Jan. 20, 2017
Article by Dr. Anne McTiernan about what she learend from being a doughnut waitress in high school and college and how those lessons transferred to the practice of medicine later on
Global Times, Jan. 19, 2017
Coverage of recent award to China's First Lady, Peng Liyuan, mentions her visit to Fred Hutch last year and includes two photos from the visit
CNN, Jan. 19, 2017
Article mentions a Fred Hutch study that found a link between fish oil supplement consumption and an increased risk of prostate cancer
NHS Choices (U.K. National Health Service), Jan. 18, 2017
Coverage of multi-center study, including several researchers from the Hutch, regarding a Women's Health Initiative study that suggests inactivity may accelerate aging in postmenopausal women
GeekWire, Jan. 17, 2017
Article about a new study co-led by Dr. Jason Bielas at Fred Hutch regarding new technology he developed in collaboration with 10x Genomics that allows scientists to examine gene-expression data from cells on an individual level and gather data from a huge collection of cells to examine trends and patterns across the entire blood sample
KUOW-FM, Jan. 17, 2017
Interview with Dr. Anne McTiernan, a cancer prevention researcher at Fred Hutch who recently wrote a memoir, "Starved: A Nutrition Doctor's Journey from Empty to Full," about her early-childhood of neglect and near-starvation and how she overcame these obstacles to become a leading nutrition researcher
USA Today, Jan. 13, 2017
Quotes Dr. Ruth Etzioni about a recent study out of Denmark that suggests one in three breast cancers found through mammography are "overdiagnosed," meaning they are non-life-threatening and may not need treatment
News at Princeton, Jan. 12, 2017
Article about how the shape of cholera bacteria enhances their ability to infect quotes Hutch microbiologist Dr. Nina Salama
OncLive, Jan. 12, 2017
Q&A with Dr. Elizabeth Loggers about new findings in mmunotherapy for sarcoma
The Scientist, Jan. 12, 2017
Quotes Dr. Michael Emerman about the evolution of retroviruses over the past 450 million years
POZ, Jan. 11, 2017
Article annouces $22 million in grants from Gilead to support HIV cure research, including a grant to Dr. Larry Corey to investigate adoptive transfer of genetically protected and genetically modified populations of CAR T cells as a modality to achieve HIV-1 cure
Scientific American, Jan. 10, 2017
Dr. Michael Emerman comments on a study indicating that foamy viruses may have evolved half a billion years ago, much earlier than was previously thought
Nature, Jan. 10, 2017
Dr. Michael Emerman comments on a study indicating that foamy viruses may have evolved half a billion years ago, much earlier than was previously thought
The Seattle Times, Jan. 7, 2017
Article about late Seattle philanthropist Ric Weiland prominently mentions his support of HIV research at Fred Hutch, where researchers in the laboratory of Dr. Hans-Peter Kiem are working on a gene-editing approach to prevent HIV from entering cells
KNKX-FM, Jan. 7, 2017
Radio program explores how virologist Dr. Maxine Linial experienced a change of perspective several years ago when she lost her sight
Medscape, Jan. 6, 2017
Dr. Sunil Hingorani, principal investigator of a trial for pancreatic cancer drug PEGPH20, is quoted on recent clinical trial results
HemOnc Today, Jan. 5, 2017
Dr. Sunil Hingorani, principal investigator of a trial for pancreatic cancer drug PEGPH20, is quotes on recent clinical trial results
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, Jan. 5, 2017
A study co-authored by Dr. Jim Kublin and Center for Infectious Disease Research investigator Dr. Stefan Kappe found a promising approach to developing a malaria vaccine
Associated Press, Jan. 4, 2017
Story covers a study co-authored by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research that found genetically engineered malaria parasites could be a promising approach to developing a malaria vaccine
ABC News, Jan. 4, 2017
Reprint of Associated Press article on study led by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research
The Boston Globe, Jan. 4, 2017
Reprint of Associated Press article on study led by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research
Star Tribune, Jan. 4, 2017
Reprint of Associated Press article on study led by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research
The Wichita Eagle, Jan. 4, 2017
Reprint of Associated Press article on study led by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research
New Jersey Herald, Jan. 4, 2017
Reprint of Associated Press article on study led by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research
Voice of America, Jan. 4, 2017
A study co-authored by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research found a promising approach to developing a malaria vaccine
MIT Technology Review, Jan. 4, 2017
A study co-authored by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research found a promising approach to developing a malaria vaccine
The Seattle Times, Jan. 4, 2017
A study co-authored by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research found a promising approach to developing a malaria vaccine
Puget Sound Business Journal, Jan. 4, 2017
A study co-authored by Dr. Jim Kublin and researchers at the Center for Infectious Disease Research found a promising new approach to developing a malaria vaccine
HemOnc Today, Jan. 4, 2017
Interview with newly-opened Bezos Family Immunotherapy Clinic medical director Dr. David Maloney
GeekWire, Jan. 4, 2017
A study co-authored by Dr. Jim Kublin and Center for Infectious Disease Research investigator Dr. Stefan Kappe found a promising approach to developing a malaria vaccine
Chicago Sun-Times, Jan. 2, 2017
Mentions a study by Fred Hutch's Dr. Alan Kristal that found an association between yoga practice and weight loss