The goal of BBI’s tools and platforms is to enable our members to explore new opportunities at the interface of basic science and precision medicine.
Below are some recent examples of our work.
The BBI is a collaboration among Seattle’s three top research institutions—The University of Washington, Seattle Children’s Hospital, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Investigators based at partner institutions have equal access to our platforms at identical costs.
Tools & Data
BBI tools and data support BBI members and researchers worldwide.
BBI provides data and a repository for our datasets, analysis code, and protocols. We also provide tutorials to assist you in downloading, analyzing, and exploring these datasets.
BBI Platforms support our research.
Our goal is to support the work of our faculty, researchers, and investigators by fostering collaboration and innovation.
BBI Grant Program
The BBI invests in promising pilot research.
The Brotman Baty Institute (BBI) aims to create a community of investigators across the three founding institutions (UW, Fred Hutch, Seattle Children’s) to advance basic science and translational research with clear relevance to precision medicine. The BBI invests in innovative, collaborative projects that address basic science or translational research questions related to precision medicine. To learn more about the grants offered by BBI and to apply, contact email@example.com.
BBI embraces diversity and inclusion in all its work and, like the University of Washington, believes diversity is integral to excellence.
We value and honor diverse experiences and perspectives, strive to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and promote access, opportunity, and justice for all.
May 17, 2022 | by BBI Communications
Lead organizer of the 5th Annual Mutational Scanning Symposium, in-person and online, June 13 and 14 in TorontoRead More
May 16, 2022 | by BBI Communications
It’s become a cliché: “They are wise beyond their years.” Unless you’re referring to Debora Ferede.Read More
May 12, 2022 | by Michael McCarthy
The finding supports theory that genetic differences between individuals and species can affect the acquisition of mutations.Read More