Cyrus Ghajar, Ph.D., receives $4.1M grant to study ways to prevent metastatic #breast #cancer. Investigating two different approaches: keeping dormant cells asleep or destroying them altogether. #researchers #fredhutchinson #fredhutch #science #breastcancer
Dr. Lawrence Corey is president and director of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. His appointment became effective Jan. 1, 2011. An internationally renowned expert in virology, immunology and vaccine development, Corey’s research focuses on herpes viruses, HIV and other viral infections, particularly those associated with cancer. #fredhutch #fredhutchinson #cancer #scientist
Cyrus Ghajar, bioengineer and cancer researcher - uncovering how new environments influence the growth of tumor cells that have spread
Dr. Oliver Press wins mentorship award
A research team led by Fred Hutch's Dr. Antonio Bedalov have uncovered 30 genes that could, one day, serve as therapeutic targets to reverse Rett syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that affects primarily girls and women. The new findings are described in a study published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The next generation: One early-career researcher’s quest for funding. The Dottie Thomas Endowment is designed to benefit promising early-career researchers, such as Dr. Daniel Egan, who joined the hematology and oncology fellowship program run by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington, one of the top research training programs of its kind. #fredhutch #fredhutchinson #cancer #scientist #researcher #research
Fred Hutch biostatistician Dr. M. Elizabeth (Betz) Halloran will head the new MIDAS center. Photo by Fred Hutch News Service file. #fredhutchinson #scientist #seattle
Dr. Damian Green awarded $3.2 million to test radioimmunotherapy for multiple myeloma; CVS Health Foundation teams up with Fred Hutch and SCCA to help cancer patients kick the habit; Dr. Nancy Davidson elected to 2017 Class of Fellows of AACR Academy; Dr. Lee Hartwell receives Research!America award
From WIRED: One doctor's controversial quest to save people's lives by injecting them with scorpion venom.
Dr. Fred Appelbaum, executive vice president at Fred Hutchinson, explains where we are in the fight against cancer.