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Find an expert on the latest cancer-related topics or view a directory of Fred Hutch investigators by area of expertise. Our scientists are available to offer reliable information, expert commentary, and reaction to today's headlines.  Images, graphics and video is available to download.

AIDS / HIV

Dr. Larry Corey has led some of the most significant advances in medicine in the last 30 years, including the development of safe and effective antivirals for herpes viruses, HIV and hepatitis infections. Dr. Corey is co-prinicpal investigator of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. Read more

Big Data

Matthew Trunnell, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s chief information officer, responsible for many key areas at Fred Hutch, including research informatics and enterprise information technology.
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Cord Blood

Dr. Colleen Delaney, Director for the Fred Hutch Cord Blood Program, developed a method for multiplying, or expanding, key stem cells in cord blood, with the goal of extending the use of this expanded cord blood product into something that could be ordered up by doctors at a moment’s notice.  Her vision is to create a therapy that can become FDA approved and be given to patients around the world.
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Human Papiloma Virus (HPV)

Dr. Denise Galloway studies the mechanisms by which human papillomaviruses contribute to cancer, with an emphasis on types most likely to progress to cervical cancer. Her research has led to breakthrough contributions to a vaccine that prevents HPV and averts tens of thousands of cervical cancer cases each year.
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Immunotherapy

Dr. Philip Greenberg is head of the Program in Immunology.  His laboratory performed some of the earliest studies focused on how immune T cells can recognize and eliminate malignant cells in the context of progressing tumors and has developed technologies to isolate and expand functional, target (antigen)-specific T cells to numbers large enough to be effective when given to patients as adoptive immune-boosting therapy.
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Dr. Stanley Riddell led the first human trial of adoptively transferred T cell clones to prevent cytomegalovirus infection after allogeneic hematopeietic transplantation. His research team has developed new techniques for isolation, expansion, genetic modification and reinfusion of T cells, and for monitoring safety, persistence, migration and function after transfer. Many of these innovative methods are now widely used.
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Moonshot Initiative

Dr. Gary Gilliland is president and director of Seattle’s Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. He is an expert in cancer genetics and precision medicine who has devoted his life to finding better treatments and cures for diseases.
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Christine Gregoire is well-known throughout Washington state for her career in public service. An advocate for education, jobs and reform, through her role in the state attorney general’s office and governor’s office, Gregoire has a deep passion for the state of Washington and securing its future.
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Dr. Amanda Paulovich is focused on the development of technologies and strategies for translation of novel diagnostics, and relieving a prohibitive roadblock in biomedical research: a lack of validated and standardized tools for quantifying proteins.
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Precision Medicine

Dr. Eric Holland is an internationally renowned neurosurgeon and brain cancer researcher, and Senior Vice President at Fred Hutch and Director of the Human Biology Division. He is also Director of the Seattle Translational Tumor Research program —a new multi-institutional initiative targeting solid tumors and spanning all divisions and disciplines. 
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