2018 Region 1 NYSHS-BSC @ Saratoga Springs

The NYSHS is pleased to announce that the 2018 Region 1 Symposium will be jointly sponsored by the New York State Histotechnological Society and the Biological Stain Commission

2018 R1 NYSHS BSC Program

2018 R1 NYSHS BSC Registration Form

 

2018 Region 1 Faculty

Brendan Boyce MD; University of Rochester Medical Center

Whole slide imaging: what the future holds now that the FDA has approved a system for routine diagnostic pathology case reporting

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Richard Cartun MD, PhD; Hartford Hospital

Morphological Proteomics: a new frontier or an old friend?

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Damien Laudier – Laudier Histology

Insect Histology: Historical Overview and Current Perspectives
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Joseph McInnis—Greenport Union Free High School

Infection of the honeybee hive with Iridovirus Six (IIV-6) as a possible explanation of Colony Collapse Disorder

Richard Dapson PhD; Dapson & Dapson LLC

Amyloid from a histochemical perspective: new insights on its structure and mechanism of staining with Congo red

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William Grizzle MD, PhD; University of Alabama at Birmingham

The importance of fatty acids in prostate cancer: a challenge in immunohistochemical analysis and future therapy

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Magad Henary PhD; Georgia State University

Cyanine fluorophores for trafficking scaffold degradation

Richard Horobin PhD; University of Glasgow

In Situ imaging of tumors: could fluorescent “smart-probes” do the job

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Lacey McNally PhD; Wake Forest University

Imaging of tumors using Near Infrared Fluorescence

Dusan Stefanovic PhD; BioGnost Pharmaceuticals and Diagnostics

Eriochrome cyannine R: a substitute for hematoxylin

StefanovicD NYSHS-BSC R1 2018

Venue

The Meeting will be held at the Saratoga Springs New York Holiday Inn and Convention center on Saturday March 17th, 2018

 

Please Stay tuned for additional updates

Last Updated: 1/25/18