Technology, data, and deeper collaboration across disciplines can accelerate personalized cancer cures that harness the disease-fighting power of patients’ own immune systems. That’s what our expansion into the transformed Lake Union Steam Plant is all about. Our vision is bold, and the work ahead is challenging. But we have more potential than ever to save lives. Join us — and see what we can do together to power cures.
Fifteen faculty members moved their labs and teams into the new facility in fall 2020. One new faculty member joins in January, and we have space to add up to six more recruits.
Leading experts in data science, T-cell immunotherapy, and next-generation technologies are working together to speed data-driven science that leads to cures.
We focus on translating cutting-edge science into breakthrough therapies. Every year, the number of patients in our T-cell immunotherapy trials increases, as do the types of cancers targeted.
We aim to raise $25 million by June 30, 2021, to accelerate data-driven immunotherapy research.
Using new technologies, we can read the genetic playbook of tens of thousands of cells at once. We can see, in high resolution, how patients’ cancer and immune cells interact. Extracting meaningful insights from the terabytes of data generated by these technologies demands continuous, intensive collaborations between data scientists, laboratory researchers, and clinicians. With this expansion, we are evolving the concept of interdisciplinary science.
This light-filled building is filled with unique spaces — from open-concept labs of the future to a rooftop observation deck. It would be our privilege to recognize your generous gift by naming a space in your honor.
Names of donors making gifts of $100,000 or more will be prominently showcased in the Lake Union Steam Plant.