The scientific community reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic with unprecedented speed and cooperation. Grounded in experience with global health threats such as HIV as well as the impact of infectious diseases on cancer patients, our researchers are an important part of the international scientific response to the pandemic. For nearly two years they have been working tirelessly — tracking and modeling the virus' spread, detailing the immune response to the virus, conducting trials of vaccines and treatments, and working to prevent future outbreaks.
Here are news, resources and information on the COVID-19 pandemic based our science and expertise:
Fred Hutch’s communications team has been working to translate the complex COVID-19 research being carried out by our scientists into news and information that can help our community understand and navigate the pandemic. Catch up on the latest at FredHutch.com/News.
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Fred Hutch is conducting a number of therapeutic and non-therapeutic COVID-19 studies including treatment trials, observational studies and vaccine trials. To end this pandemic, we need volunteers of all ages, races, ethnicities and backgrounds to participate in research studies.
Fred Hutch and the COVID-19 Prevention Network created PreventCovidWA.org to help people understand the COVID-19 vaccines, and how they can help get people back to work and school as soon — and as safely — as possible.
Fred Hutch researchers are committed to stopping COVID-19 — working on vaccines, developing new tests, modeling the spread of the virus and more. And like Dr. Rachel Bender Ignacio, the medical director of our COVID-19 Clinical Research Center, testing potential treatments.
Fueled by your support, research to understand and contain the coronavirus is happening at a scale and moving at a speed that was unimaginable just a few months ago.