COVID-19 Researchers

More than 50 of our faculty have been focusing on the COVID-19 crisis — even as most researchers are working at home and labs are operating with minimum on-site staff. Our researchers are committed to ending the pandemic — from vaccines to developing diagnostic and serology tests to modeling the spread of the virus.

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Predicting Epidemics Before They Start

Evolutionary biologist Trevor Bedford uses complex statistical and computational methodology to study the rapid spread and evolution of viruses, from Influenza to Zika. The goal is to disrupt global epidemics before they spread. 

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Treating cancer in the shadow of coronavirus Patients, doctors and researchers triage, tweak, pivot and try not to panic during the COVID-19 pandemic April 15, 2020
Dr. Larry Corey receives Alexander Fleming Award Virologist honored by peers for his lifetime achievements against infectious diseases October 21, 2022
Dedicated supporters at the Heart of the Hutch Using creativity and passion to support Fred Hutch research in good times and bad September 12, 2022
COVID-19 complacency: ‘A hard shift for the immunocompromised’ Even with vaccines and antivirals, cancer patients and many others are still vulnerable to infection; some safety tips for this evolving pandemic August 25, 2022