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'Everything we’ve been training for is happening now'

'Everything we’ve been training for is happening now'

How early-career virologists dropped everything to seize the opportunity, and face the challenges, of studying the coronavirus
Hutch News - September 16, 2020
Stalled science, missed mates and virtual everything

Stalled science, missed mates and virtual everything

Torn between science and safety concerns, young scientists navigate a new normal as they try to launch their careers
Hutch News - September 15, 2020
New insights into drug resistance in small cell lung cancer

New insights into drug resistance in small cell lung cancer

Scientists discover a single gene’s outsized role in drug resistance — and use its vulnerability to re-sensitize tumors to chemotherapy in preclinical models
Hutch News - August 20, 2020
Can a tumor that acts like a microbe help us develop better cancer therapies?

Can a tumor that acts like a microbe help us develop better cancer therapies?

Understanding the genetics underlying spontaneous regression of an infectious tumor in Tasmanian devils could point us toward new treatment targets
Hutch News - August 06, 2020
Shifting liver cancer cells away from migratory state could reduce their drug resistance

Shifting liver cancer cells away from migratory state could reduce their drug resistance

Researchers hope lab-based study helps build foundation for personalized treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma
Hutch News - August 04, 2020
New study shows cancer-causing ‘Frankengene’ mutation could be target for new drugs

New study shows cancer-causing ‘Frankengene’ mutation could be target for new drugs

This gene is fused to many partner genes in different tumors. Now, scientists know it causes cancer — and how they might intervene
Hutch News - July 16, 2020
Mutated skin stem cells self-correct to prevent cancer

Mutated skin stem cells self-correct to prevent cancer

New study helps explain why inherited cancer-driving mutations don’t always lead to cancer
Hutch News - June 12, 2020
Dr. Julie Overbaugh elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Dr. Julie Overbaugh elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Her HIV research revealed factors that influence HIV transmission
Hutch News - April 23, 2020
Pushing science forward while working from home

Pushing science forward while working from home

As COVID-19 forces research labs to drastically reduce on-site operations, scientists figure out how to advance their work and stay connected
Hutch News - April 09, 2020
Tracking a pandemic: Q&A with a COVID-19 detective

Tracking a pandemic: Q&A with a COVID-19 detective

What Fred Hutch expert Trevor Bedford is learning as he chases the coronavirus evolution and spread
Hutch News - March 13, 2020
Dr. Michael Emerman to give Bernard Fields lecture at CROI

Dr. Michael Emerman to give Bernard Fields lecture at CROI

Talk will cover how lessons from HIV’s evolutionary past could lead to new therapies, cure
Hutch News - March 05, 2020
A breast tumor might have thousands of mutations. Which are important?

A breast tumor might have thousands of mutations. Which are important?

In support of precision medicine, new method enables scientists to separate cancer-driving mutations from passengers
Hutch News - February 13, 2020
Identifying the root of prostate cancer treatment resistance using liquid biopsy

Identifying the root of prostate cancer treatment resistance using liquid biopsy

Dr. Gavin Ha receives 2019 V Scholar Grant to study whether noninvasive procedure can help monitor and predict how patients will respond to therapy
Hutch News - January 30, 2020
How Helicobacter stays helical

How Helicobacter stays helical

New insights into how the cancer-causing stomach bacterium keeps its shape could point the way for future, more-specialized antibiotics
Hutch News - January 21, 2020