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How RNA Vaccines Can Help Defeat the Next Pandemic

Dr. Deborah Fuller’s gene gun could transform the next generation of COVID-19 vaccines.

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A Bold, New Approach for an Especially Aggressive Cancer

A UW Medicine neurosurgeon receives support to tackle one of the toughest brain tumors.

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A Brighter Future for Patients with Sarcoma

Philanthropists, UW alumni write new chapter in sarcoma care and research with a landmark gift

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Needless Needles

A medicine-engineering collaboration could help you avoid the sting of sharps.

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Learn, Love, Give

Trisha Davis, Ph.D., and her family celebrate their parents’ values with a legacy for biochemistry.

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Influential Scientists: Deborah Nickerson

Deborah Nickerson, named by Thomson Reuters as one of the world’s most influential scientists, describes what spurred her interest in science and in studying the differences in humans’ genetic codes.

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Influential Scientists: Evan Eichler

Evan Eichler, named by Thomson Reuters as one of the world’s most influential scientists, talks about his interest in autism and in the human genome.

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