Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center's Shared Resources is a centerpiece of the Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consortium, a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center. We are available to partner with researchers in the broader academic and biotechnology community, as well as with scientists at Fred Hutch, the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s.
We are proud to support the basic, translational and clinical research of scientists and scientific organizations around the country through our advanced scientific services, unrivaled expertise, and state-of-the-art facilities and equipment.
Our 14 Shared Resources cores provide a wide range of specialized services such as data science, comparative medicine and good manufacturing practice (GMP) manufacturing of stem cell products for clinical trials.
By partnering with us, your team benefits from:
Leica Microsystems and Fred Hutch collaborated to establish the first Leica Center of Excellence, or CoE, in the Pacific Northwest. The Leica CoE establishes a mutually beneficial, collaborative relationship through a combined effort to provide researchers with advanced microscopy technologies, while supporting the Hutch’s commitment to generating scientific discoveries and developing new approaches to preventing and treating cancer and related diseases.
To pursue a partnership with a specific Shared Resources core, visit the core’s site to contact its staff directly.
To discuss which of our shared resources could best serve your needs, or to discuss a broader partnership with Fred Hutch Shared Resources, fill out this contact form for our leadership team.