- Histologist - Athens G.I. - Athens, GA
- Histology technologist (Research Analyst I) - Indiana University School of Denstistry - Indianapolis, IN
- Histology Technician, Certified - Harris Health System - Houston, TX
- Histotechnician/Histotechnologist - Quest Diagnostics - Shelton, CT
- Histotechnologist Supervisor - 1303457 - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN
The National Society for Histotechnology is back in Las Vegas, NV for its 6th Annual Summer Symposium! General sessions and workshops featuring expert speakers will provide you with the tools, advice and guidance you seek in your professional career.
NSH is bringing the 39th Annual Symposium/Convention to one the of the most compact, but thriving American cities, Providence, RI. The vibrancy of the city and fantastic amenities create a very welcoming and personal service that visitors love! The NSH Symposium/Convention is the event for histotechnologists to discover new methods, share best practices and preview what the latest vendors have to offer. The National Convention has the education and access to industry experts that help you succeed. You might even have a little fun!
Double IHC Staining
NSH Teleconference: An Introduction to Commonly used Immunohistochemical (IHC) Stains in Dermatopathology
Alison Uzeblo, MD, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI 48073
AN INTRODUCTION TO COMMONLY USED IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL (IHC) STAINS IN DERMATOPATHOLOGY
Lois Anderson, CM, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD
BUILDING EFFECTIVE TEAMS
Teams constructed on foundations of shared commitment and common objectives have the greatest potential for success. The most productive work environments are those where individuals are empowered, productive, contributing and happy. Combined with great skill and know-how, these are the building blocks for effective teams. This presentation will provide team leaders and team members with strategies for working together to build effective teams.
George Yang, MD, Cell Marque, Rocklin, CA
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY, ANTIBODIES AND PATHOLOGY
Robert L. Lott, HTL(ASCP), Skin Pathology Associates, Birmingham, AL
WHAT SHOULD A GOOD H&E LOOK LIKE?