The Consortium fosters world-class, state-of-the-art programs in multdisciplinary cancer research.
The research collaboration between Consortium partners leverages each institution’s strengths to develop premier research programs across many types of cancer. Our research encompasses basic science, prevention, early detection, treatment, and cancer survivorship.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer
The Hutchinson Center includes more than 200 labs, projects and study groups that together take a comprehensive and collaborative approach to saving lives by pursuing innovative, high-impact research of cancer and related diseases.
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Nine interdisciplinary centers address areas central to pediatric health and use an “open lab” format to foster a rich collaborative environment. Investigators draw from different departments, divisions and disciplines to find treatments for childhood cancer. Learn more »
UW Medicine and
Public Health Research
UW Medicine Research and UW Public Health function within multiple academic departments, centers and institutes and benefit from the strength of their collaborations. Together, they address basic, clinical, and population science research related to cancer. Learn more at UW Medicine and UW Public Health »