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Volume 4, Number 15Space holderApril 14, 2000

First group of SCCA adult inpatients relocated to UWMC

SCCA patient preparing for move


The first group of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center inpatients were moved April 11 to the new Seattle Cancer Care Alliance unit located at UW Medical Center. The patients were previously cared for at Swedish Medical Center. The Hutch's adult marrow transplantation program will continue at UWMC.

The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance unites the oncology patient services and research programs of the Hutchinson Center, the UW, and Children's Hospital.

Above image: Holding a plastic bag of IV supplies and papers showing his recent blood counts, patient Eric Rumble, 23, jokes with EMT Gene Matthews, left, as Matthews prepares to drape him with a cloth and secure him with a safety belt prior to Rumble's stretcher ride from Swedish Medical Center to the UW Medical Center. Looking on are EMT Petra Kelly and Dr. Jim Wade, Hutchinson Center medical director. Photo by Clay Eals.


UW scientists receive early career awards

Three UW-affiliated scientists -- a climatologist, a gene therapy researcher, and a geneticist specializing in cancer and birth defects -- were among the 60 recipients of the fourth annual Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers. (Full Story)

Rohrschneider receives Guggenheim fellowship

Larry Rohrschneider, a member of the Division of Basic Sciences at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and a UW affiliate professor of pathology, has been appointed a Guggenheim Fellow. (Full Story)

Match Day results announced

This year, 138 graduating UW medical students and eight sponsored graduates participated in the National Residency Matching Program or another match mechanism. Overall, 93 percent of the graduating students matched to one of their top five choices. (Full Story)

Students to present research

Third-year medical student Negar Knowles and second-year student Delma Nieves will present research projects at the annual meeting of the American Geriatrics Society/American Federation for Aging Research next month in Nashville, Tenn. (Full Story)


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