Integrating healthcare and research to transform the lives of people with cancer and organ transplants.

In order to catalyze multidimensional research related to cancer and organ transplant, Dr. Christopher Blosser and team members established the Center for Innovations in Cancer & Transplant in October 2021 at the University of Washington, in collaboration with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, Washington.

The goals of the Center are:

  1. To provide outstanding multidisciplinary clinical care for pre- and post-transplant patients with cancer.

  2. To lead exceptional patient-focused research of cancer before and after organ transplant through a robust bioregistry and collaborative research network.

News

November 28, 2022

CICT Winter 2022 Update

The holiday season is upon us! As we reflect back on the past year, we are thankful for everyone who contributed to the success of CICT. Check out our winter newsletter to see updates on our research studies, outreach and fundraising efforts!

September 28, 2022

COTC in the news at Fred Hutch

The Cancer and Organ transplant Clinic was recently highlighted by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. Read the article to find out how the COTC is working to provide better clinical care and outcomes for patients with cancer and organ transplants.

September 21, 2022

Cancer and Organ Transplant Clinic celebrates its 1-year anniversary!

This month the Cancer and Organ Transplant Clinic celebrates its 1-year anniversary! We are so grateful for our partnership with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center and all of the providers and staff who make the clinic possible. Read about the impact COTC has had for patients in this article.

August 11, 2022

CICT Summer Update

Check out our latest news! Read our Summer Newsletter and find out about updates to the bioregistry, new studies, and a growing team!

December 2, 2021

Transplant Visionaries Challenge Finalist

Dr. Christopher Blosser was chosen as one of five finalists for the American Society of Transplantation Transplant Visionaries Challenge for the creation of CICT and its potential to improve the lives of patients with cancer before and after transplant. He will compete in the Challenge in April 2022. As part of the competition, CICT has the opportunity to produce a short video outlining how we will improve outcomes in the field of transplantation.

November 17, 2021

Strategic Vision Retreat

The CICT team convened a group of experts from the Seattle area to discuss and review the CICT vision, programmatic structure, and goals at the Center for Urban Horticulture in Seattle. Attendees included transplant patients and members of the scientific community, with disciplines ranging from big data to medicine to ethics. Approximately half of the group attended by Zoom and half in person, and an engaged and dynamic discussion resulted.