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Roland Strong , PhD

Email: rstrong@fredhutch.org

Phone: (206) 667-5587

Dr. Strong's lab research focuses on structural molecular immunology and vaccinology by using biophysical approaches to study proteins and interactions mediating or modulating adaptive and innate immune responses.

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Wei Sun , Ph.D.

Email: wsun@fredhutch.org

Dr. Sun's research focuses on analyzing comprehensive genomic data, such as genome-wide DNA polymorphism (e.g., genotypes of thousands to millions of SNPs, DNA copy number variations), epigenetic information (e.g., nucleosome occupancy, histone modification), mRNA/miRNA expression, protein abundance/phosphorylation, and protein-protein interaction, as well as phenotype data to identify associations with complex traits, such as human cancer.

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Judith Wasserheit , MD, MPH

Email: jwasserh@uw.edu

Dr. Wasserheit has had extensive experience in sexually transmitted disease (STD) and HIV research, policy development, and program implementation both in the United States and in developing countries. Some of her current research interests include: examining the effects of co-infection such as sexually transmitted infections, malaria, TB, and HCV on HIV acquisition and transmission; designing and evaluating combination HIV prevention packages for sub-Saharan Africa; developing and evaluating multi-component interventions to reduce STDs, HIV, and pregnancy among women and adolescents, and developing and evaluating approaches to adaptation to climate change to reduce the impact on human health.

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Rachel Winer , Phd, MPH

Email: rlw@u.washington.edu

Dr. Winer's research interests are in the epidemiology and prevention of human papillomavirus (HPV) infections and HPV-related cancers. Her primary focus is on the epidemiology and natural history of HPV infections in populations of young and mid-adult women and the use of self-collected vaginal specimens for HPV testing as an adjunct to cervical cancer screening, particularly in underscreened populations. Additional areas of focus include the epidemiology of oral HPV infections and biomarkers for anal cancer screening.

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