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The Basic Sciences Division at Fred Hutch holds many longstanding seminar series, scientific meetings, and journal clubs. All are open to Fred Hutch and University of Washington staff.
Founded as a home for those interested in keeping up with latest in chromatin research, the Chromatin Club is hosted by two of the leading experts in chromatin research, Drs. Steven Henikoff and Toshio Tsukiyama. The club meets once a month and is focused on understanding chromosomal processes, development and disease.
When: The fourth Thursday of the month, 12-1 p.m.
Established in 1999 to promote the study of developmental biology, the Developmental Biology Group consists of faculty from the UW Center for Developmental Biology and Fred Hutch’s Developmental Biology Program.
Contact: Cecilia Moens
The Seattle Fly Club is a regular gathering of UW and Fred Hutch researchers interested in the latest research pertaining to the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. Each meeting consists of reports from two labs plus general scientific talks.
When: Three Thursdays each quarter, 6-7:30 p.m.
Contact: Jay Parrish
The Seattle Mitosis Group is a collective of six labs (Asbury, Biggins, Cabernard, Davis, Paredez, and Wordeman), interested in exploring fundamental questions about mitosis, including its structure, regulation and mechanics. Each meeting, a different lab presents on the latest breakthroughs in mitosis research.
When: First Thursday of every month (except January, July and August), 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Contact: Sue Biggins
A group focused on exploiting molecular structural information to engineer macromolecules for therapeutic applications, including gene correction, vaccine development, and drug discovery. Participating labs include Stoddard, Strong, Bradley, Hahn and Simon.
When: Thursdays, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Contact: Barry Stoddard
This is a monthly gathering of 15+ labs (across UW, Fred Hutch, Seattle Children’s and WWU) that primarily use C. elegans as research model. Each meeting comprises of talks from two trainees.
When: Third Tuesday of the month, 4-5pm