About Shared Resources
The Shared Resources at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Hutchinson Center) consist of facilities and/or laboratories which are available for use by Center investigators, Cancer Consortium members, and the external academic and biotechnology community. These centralized resources provide support for basic scientific and clinical research and projects within the public health sciences. The facilities give the opportunity for investigators to augment their research with resources that would not otherwise be convenient or cost effective in each individual laboratory. Shared Resources also partners extensively with investigators, assisting with the initial experimental design and follow-on data analysis.
Shared Resources at the Hutchinson Center is headed by VP Paul Woloshin, MBA, Ph.D. With a 20+ year career in academic, life sciences, and biotech start-ups, Paul brings his broad experience in senior management to the diverse family of Shared Resources core facilities.
Each core facility is staffed by skilled personnel with expertise specific to that resource. In addition, training is provided to resource users in a variety of formats, including one-on-one, small group, online tutorials or class format.
Behind the scenes, the Shared Resources administrative team is responsible for business operations support, fiscal management, billing services, assistance with grant information, and IT support and development. See our contacts and FAQs to find out more details about Doing Business with Shared Resources.
Information about doing Business with Shared Resources
Shared Resources are core facilities that provide services and access to specialized equipment for research activities.
Paul Woloshin, MBA, Ph.D.
Vice President, Shared Resources
Doing Business with Shared Resources
Instructions for first time Instrument Scheduler users.