Fred Hutchinson May Use Stimulus Funds to Bring Back Some Employees | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Officials from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have said that the more than $40 million in American Recover and Reinvestment Act funding the center recently won could enable it to bring back some of the staffers it laid off this past spring, though not permanently.

Back in April, the Seattle-based Hutchinson center announced it had eliminated 83 positions, comprising 3 percent of its total workforce. The center cited declines in its philanthropic giving and investment income, both key sources of its discretionary funds.

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