HistoTalks: NSH Podcasts
AwardsCast: IHC

AwardsCast: IHC

May 16, 2019

In this bonus episode of AwardsCast, Clare Thornton interviews Luis Chiriboga, the recipient of the Jules Elias Excellence in IHC Award; but in this episode don’t expect awards to be the focus. Luis gets straight to the point, explaining how antibodies are used in research, the emergence of synthetic antibodies, and his most surprising results from his extensive IHC career. Get ready for a deep dive into the world of research IHC. 

Nominate a fellow IHC enthusiast for the Jules Elias IHC Award or apply for the IHC Scholarship to help develop your own education in IHC. 

AwardsCast: Gorilla Doctors: Newcomer Helping Hand Award

AwardsCast: Gorilla Doctors: Newcomer Helping Hand Award

May 9, 2019

In this episode, Julie Trejo, interviews Newcomer Helping Hand Award winner, Linda Cherepow. Linda has been working for the past two years, establishing a histology laboratory at the Makerere University Veterinary School in Uganda. By improving the skills of the local histologists, Linda hopes to reduce the turnaround time for wildlife specimens, to help the organization she works with, Gorilla Doctors, reach their goal of better wildlife health and disease surveillance.

Interested in applying for the Newcomer Helping Hand Award? Click here!

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AwardsCast: The Business of Histology

AwardsCast: The Business of Histology

May 8, 2019

In this episode, Amanda Kelley and Michelle Coker, two histologists turned business majors, discuss the business of histology; everything from workforce shortages to certification requirements, to building a histology lab from the ground up.

Interested in applying for a scholarship to fund your own degree? Click here to learn more!

AwardsCast: Leadership in Teaching

AwardsCast: Leadership in Teaching

May 7, 2019

gayle_s_library.jpgIn this episode, Yongfu Wang interviews his mentor Gayle Callis, a lifetime histologist who recently was awarded the Leica Leadership in Teaching Award for her dedication to passing on her extensive knowledge. Gayle shares her tips for presenting workshops, talks about her own start in histology, and shares her advice for keeping up with your education. (And talks about her massive histology library, pictured in part here!)

Interested in nominating your mentor for the Leica Leadership in Teaching Award? Click here. 

AwardsCast: Histology Abroad: Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship

AwardsCast: Histology Abroad: Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship

May 3, 2019

davedavis.pngIn this episode, Debbie Wood interviews Dave Davis, a man famous in the histology community for his foreign histology initiatives. Dave has completed work in countries such as Tanzania, Libya, Germany, Cambodia, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Madagascar, the eastern Caribbean, and is now living full time in Costa Rica. Dave shares with us his plans to use the scholarship funds from the Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship, sponsored by Sakura Finetek, to hold his second Western African Histology Congress in Ghana. 

Interested in applying for the Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship? Click here! The deadline is May 31, 2019. 

Women in Histology: Early Career Perspectives

Women in Histology: Early Career Perspectives

March 13, 2019

The 2019 NSH Women in Histology Podcast Series features three episodes that provide a unique focus of women at various career stages.  This episode highlights early career members. These two focused women are already making big impacts for the science and profession. 

This Episode's Podcasts Stars Are:

Rachel Liptak, BS, HTL(ASCP), Histotechnologist, Beaumont Hospital 

Maria Fernanda Artiles-Gonzalez, BS, HT(ASCP), Histotechnologist, Texas Health Resources

Women in Histology: Advanced Career Perspectives

Women in Histology: Advanced Career Perspectives

March 13, 2019

The 2019 NSH Women in Histology Podcast Series features three episodes that provide a unique focus of women at various career stages.  This episode highlights NSH members who are "advanced-career." Despite retiring, they are still opening businesses, educating around the country, and advocating for the profession.  Enjoy!

This Episode's Podcasts Stars Are:

Maureen DoranMS, HTL(ASCP), Owner, Saffron Histology Services, 

Dorothy Edwards, MS, HTL(ASCP)QIHC, Retired, St. Louis County Health Lab

Pamela Marcum, Retired, St. Louis, MO

Women in Histology: Mid Career Perspectives

Women in Histology: Mid Career Perspectives

March 13, 2019

The 2019 NSH Women in Histology Podcast Series features three episodes that provide a unique focus of women at various career stages.  This episode highlights NSH members who are "mid-career." They are running labs, doing novel research, all while balancing that thing called life.  Enjoy!

This Episode's Podcasts Stars Are:

Jamie PertBS, HTL(ASCP)MB, Program Director and Instructor, Beaumont Health 

Sherita Meyer-Gauen, MS, HTL(ASCP)QIHC, Chief Histologist and Clinical Preceptor, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Priscilla Garcia, BS, HT(ASCP) QIHC, Lab Manager of Innovation and Process Improvement, InformDiagnostics

2018 Poster Podcast Interviews: P-03 Liquid Coverslipper Technology: New Generation of Reagent

2018 Poster Podcast Interviews: P-03 Liquid Coverslipper Technology: New Generation of Reagent

February 27, 2019

This podcast is part of the 2018 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series. The lead presenter for this poster was Carmelo Lupo.  To read the full abstract, visit the Block.

2018 Poster Podcast: P-24 Utilizing Image Analysis to Evaluate Overuse of Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining Reagents

2018 Poster Podcast: P-24 Utilizing Image Analysis to Evaluate Overuse of Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining Reagents

December 14, 2018

This podcast is part of the 2018 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series. The lead presenter for this poster was Elizabeth Chlipala.  To read the full abstract, visit the Block