The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a non-profit research institute dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of cancer, HIV/AIDS, and other diseases. It was founded in 1975 by Dr. William Hutchinson in honor of his brother Fred, who died of lung cancer at the age of 45. The center is located in Seattle, Washington and employs over 3,000 scientists, physicians, and staff. It is one of the largest and most respected cancer research centers in the world, and has made significant contributions to the development of bone marrow transplantation and other cancer treatments.
Highest paying job titles at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center include Postdoctoral Fellow, Bioinformatics Scientist, and Nurse Practitioner (NP)