HistoTalks: NSH Podcasts
HistoHelp: Don’t Forget the Basics

HistoHelp: Don’t Forget the Basics

August 22, 2019

Welcome to HistoHelp, the podcast series filled with tips and tricks for the lab.  The great advice in this series is provided by NSH members who are here to help you with your common...and not so common problems!  This is episode is about not forgetting basic things like labels and even how to troubleshoot.  Its great advice for newer laboratory staff about things to watch out for and a reminder for you seasoned professionals that just because checking labels is second nature for you, it may not be for someone just starting out.  Thanks to Micheal Gubler for providing his advice on not one, but two great episodes in this series. 

HistoHelp: Working in Research vs. Clinical

HistoHelp: Working in Research vs. Clinical

August 22, 2019

Welcome to HistoHelp, the podcast series filled with tips and tricks for the lab.  The great advice in this series is provided by NSH members who are here to help you with your common...and not so common problems!  This episode discusses the difference between working in a research vs. clinical environment.  Thanks to Micheal Gubler for for taking the time share how these environments differed most for him!

HistoHelp: Cutting Thin Paraffin Sections

HistoHelp: Cutting Thin Paraffin Sections

August 13, 2019

Welcome to HistoHelp, the podcast series filled with tips and tricks for the lab.  The great advice in this series is provided by NSH members who are here to help you with your common...and not so common problems!  This episode discusses cutting thin paraffin sections.  Thanks to Gayle Callis for always sharing her experience with everyone!

HistoHelp: Removing Coverslips

HistoHelp: Removing Coverslips

August 13, 2019

Welcome to HistoHelp, the podcast series filled with tips and tricks for the lab.  The great advice in this series is provided by NSH members who are here to help you with your common...and not so common problems!  This episode discusses removing coverslips, shared by awesome NSH member Michelle Hart

HistoHelp: Ergonomics

HistoHelp: Ergonomics

August 4, 2019

Welcome to HistoHelp, the podcast series filled with tips and tricks for the lab.  The great advice in this series is provided by NSH members who are here to help you with your common...and not so common problems!  This episode discusses ways to stay more physically healthy in the lab.  Thanks to our rock star member Brad Flowers for his advice and insights on this very important topic! 

HistoHelp: Static in the Lab

HistoHelp: Static in the Lab

August 4, 2019

Welcome to histoHELP, the podcast series filled with tips and tricks for the lab.  The great advice in this series is provided by NSH members who are here to help you with your common...and not so common problems!  This episode discusses tricks to reduce static in the lab.  Thanks to our rock star members Lynn Gruman and Marilyn Wesiss for their advice on fixing this uniquely histo-problem!

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

2018 Poster Podcasts: P-27 RNAscope® optimization in non human species

2018 Poster Podcasts: P-27 RNAscope® optimization in non human species

December 14, 2018

This podcast is part of the 2018 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series. The lead presenter for this poster was Melissa A. Brown, MS, HTL(ASCP)QIHCCM.  To read the full abstract, visit the Block

2018 Poster Podcasts: P-13 Hematoxylin and Eosin Regressive Staining Procedures: A Comparative Study

2018 Poster Podcasts: P-13 Hematoxylin and Eosin Regressive Staining Procedures: A Comparative Study

December 6, 2018

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

2018 Poster Podcasts: P-04 Troubleshooting a Common Scanning Error in Digital Pathology

2018 Poster Podcasts: P-04 Troubleshooting a Common Scanning Error in Digital Pathology

December 6, 2018

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

Thanksgiving Special Episode 1

Thanksgiving Special Episode 1

November 21, 2018

The NSH family is full of wonderful people that make all of us thankful, not just on Thanksgiving - but everyday.  This year, we wanted to give this amazing community a chance to give thanks to the people in their lives that make things better, big and small.  We are proud to share with you two tracks full of "thank you's" to those people.  

Please share your thanks to on the Block.  

Thanksgiving Special Episode 2

Thanksgiving Special Episode 2

November 21, 2018

The NSH family is full of wonderful people that make all of us thankful, not just on Thanksgiving - but everyday.  This year, we wanted to give this amazing community a chance to give thanks to the people in their lives that make things better, big and small.  We are proud to share with you two tracks full of "thank you's" to those people.  

Please share your thanks to on the Block.  

S/C Learning Snippets - Equipment Validation – Clinical & GLP (WS84)

S/C Learning Snippets - Equipment Validation – Clinical & GLP (WS84)

July 24, 2018

Speaker: Jeremey Johnston

Workshop Abstract

Do you validate your equipment in your laboratory before subjecting it to testing patient samples? If you don’t, you will definitely want to attend this class for some practical ways of implementing this at your facility. If you are already doing equipment validations, hats off to you. Wouldn’t you like to improve upon what you are already doing though? We will discuss the role and purpose of equipment validations and the rationale and place for a revalidation versus simply doing the routine maintenance and calibrations. You will receive several practical forms and SOPs to help guide you in this process from labs around the world. It’s never too late to implement high standards at your facility and this is a great place to start! When you do decide to validate new equipment, what role can the vendor play in helping you? What role should they play? Regardless of where you’re at in your career, this lecture will hopefully engage you and provide you with some real life practical applications for instilling confidence in the equipment you use on a day-to-day basis.

Visit www.histoconvention.org for more information!

Poster Presenting Advice

Poster Presenting Advice

June 13, 2018

Ever thought about presenting a scientific poster but aren't sure where to start?  Check out this great advice from Tim Karpishin, a 2017 NSH Poster Winner! You can submit your poster by visiting: http://www.histoconvention.org/posters.cfm.  Want to hear the entire intreview for this amazing poster?  Check it out here: https://nshpodcasts.podbean.com/e/p-39-a-simple-method-for-dramatic-reduction-of-tissue-autofluorescence/

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 6: Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 6: Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

April 27, 2018

Episode Title: Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Featuring: Nicole Leon

Nicole’s Advice to New Graduates:  “1. Always be open to new ways of doing things. 2. Don’t be discouraged you know a lot more than you think you know.  3. Never stop learning!”

Episode Description: In this episode, Nicole Leon, Histology Team Lead at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, discusses the unique work associated with a children’s hospital, and shares the program her lab developed to award continuing education dollars to its staff.

 

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 5: Regions Hospital

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 5: Regions Hospital

April 26, 2018

Episode Title: Regions Hospital

Featuring: Jennifer Schumacher and Paula Overn

Traits Jennifer and Paula Look For in a New Hire: “Someone who is detail oriented is something we really look for because of the number of things that can go wrong. We like someone to be passionate that really enjoys what they’re doing and is not just there to get a paycheck.”

Episode Description: In this episode, Jennifer Schumacher and Paula Overn, from Regions Hospital in St. Paul, MN, talk about the many benefits their lab offers, from employee massages to career development courses, and how these programs have helped Regions Hospital stand out from the many other healthcare systems in the Twin Cities Metro area.

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 4: University of Texas Medical Branch

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 4: University of Texas Medical Branch

April 25, 2018

Episode Title: University of Texas Medical Branch

Featuring: Amy Davis

Amy’s Career Advice: “There are so many options for people who want to be a histotechs, whether it’s a private lab, university, hospital setting, or even specialty laboratories, so its just the person understanding what they like and exploring the options available”

Episode Description: In this episode, Amy Davis, from University of Texas Medical Branch discusses the impact of Hurricane Harvey on her lab, and shares her own story of how she became a histotech, and the many opportunities that are available for advancement within the histology field.

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 3: Bridgeport Hospital, Yale New Haven Health System

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 3: Bridgeport Hospital, Yale New Haven Health System

April 24, 2018

Episode Title: Bridgeport Hospital, Yale Newhaven Health System

Featuring: Angela McNabola

Angela’s Career Advice: “I need my employees to be champions of what they want to do in their career. I have folks interested in cross training, I do whatever I can to engage that and move that along.”

Episode Description: In this episode, Angela McNabola, from Bridgeport Hospital discusses how she encourages her employees to be the “champions of their own careers” by encouraging them to become cross trained in various disciplines and apply for the many management and other training courses offered through the hospital system.

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 2: ACL Laboratories Wisconsin

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 2: ACL Laboratories Wisconsin

April 22, 2018

Episode Title: ACL Laboratories-Wisconsin

Featuring: Janet McKnight

Janet’s Advice for Becoming a Histologist: “I would recommend becoming a lab assistant, we have seen so much success learning that foundation as a lab assistant at the ground level, so they understand what the work would be, so they’re not investing that time in a school before they really know what they want to be.”

Episode Description: In this episode, Janet McKnight, the Director of Anatomic Pathology for Wisconsin ACL Laboratories, discusses how ACL’s training practices have helped them keep their lab staffed, while so many suffer shortages. ACL has been lucky enough to have their own histology school, which has helped them grow their lab assistants into full time histotechs, through the school’s one-year program.

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 1: Johns Hopkins Hospital

Histology Careers: Job Seeking in the Lab: Episode 1: Johns Hopkins Hospital

April 20, 2018

Episode Title: Johns Hopkins Hospital

Featuring: Katina Williams Stewart

Katina's Requirements to Work in Histology: "Having that type of personality, where you don’t mind being around people”

Episode Description: In this episode, Katina, the lab manager at Johns Hopkins Hospital, discusses the challenges of working in a large, fast paced laboratory, her struggles retaining qualified staff, and the importance of a good attitude in the workplace.

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 5: Tips for a Winning Application

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 5: Tips for a Winning Application

February 9, 2018

Episode Title: Tips for a Winning Application

Featuring NSH Members: Liz Chlipala

In this episode, NSH Awards Committee Chair, Liz Chlipala, concludes the Awardscast Series, with some insider tips for submitting a winning application.

Click here to learn more about how to apply for NSH's awards and scholarships. 

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 4-Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 4-Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship

February 8, 2018

Episode Title: Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship

Featuring NSH Members: LaVinia Ray and Debra Wood

In this episode, LaVinia Ray sits down with the 2017 recipient of the Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship, Debbie Wood, to discuss her plans to start a histology lab at a leprosy hospital in Nepal.

Click here to learn more about the Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship!

AwardsCast 2018:Episode 3-Scholarships for New Members

AwardsCast 2018:Episode 3-Scholarships for New Members

February 7, 2018

Episode Title: Scholarships for New Members

Featuring NSH Members: Monty Hyten and Allison Carrion

In this episode, PR Chair, Monty Hyten talks with Allison Carrion, recipient of the 2017 Thermo Fisher Scientific Educational Scholarship, about the scholarship opportunities available for new members, and the ways in which Allison has become involved in NSH over the last year.

Click here to learn more about the Professional Scholarships. 

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 2: Scholarships for Continuing Education

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 2: Scholarships for Continuing Education

February 6, 2018

Episode Title: Scholarships for Continuing Education

Featuring NSH Members: Julie Trejo

In this episode, Julie Trejo, recipient of the 2015 Frank J. Monek Scholarship and the 2017 Leica Leadership in Management Scholarship, discusses her career path, and the role of NSH scholarships in her decision to attend Fontbonne University and pursue higher education.

Click here to learn more about the Leica Leadership in Management Scholarship. 

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 1-Newcomer Helping Hand

AwardsCast 2018: Episode 1-Newcomer Helping Hand

February 3, 2018

Episode Title: Newcomer Helping Hand Scholarship

Featuring NSH Members: Beth Cox and Christina White

In this episode, Christina White, recipient of the Newcomer Helping Hand Scholarship, shares her plans for creating a histology mentorship program in New Jersey inner city schools.

Click here to learn more about the Newcomer Helping Hand Scholarship.

P-37 An Automated Approach to Multiplex, Fluorescent, In Situ Hybridization for mRNA Detection

P-37 An Automated Approach to Multiplex, Fluorescent, In Situ Hybridization for mRNA Detection

December 11, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Dylan Steiner. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-19 Procedure For Histomorphologic Assessment Of Isolated Islets From Rat Pancreas

P-19 Procedure For Histomorphologic Assessment Of Isolated Islets From Rat Pancreas

December 8, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Christine Reichard. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-33 A Novel Immunohistochemical Approach To The Identification Of Human Cells In Mouse Xenograft Models Of Cancer

P-33 A Novel Immunohistochemical Approach To The Identification Of Human Cells In Mouse Xenograft Models Of Cancer

December 6, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Anna Hughes. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-45 Utilizing Image Analysis to Evaluate Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E) Staining Precision

P-45 Utilizing Image Analysis to Evaluate Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E) Staining Precision

December 4, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Elizabeth Chilpala. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-39 A Simple Method for Dramatic Reduction of Tissue Autofluorescence

P-39 A Simple Method for Dramatic Reduction of Tissue Autofluorescence

December 1, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Tim Karpishin. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-13 ZipFISH(TM) A Novel, Effective and Fast Hybridization Buffer

P-13 ZipFISH(TM) A Novel, Effective and Fast Hybridization Buffer

November 29, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Julio Masabanda. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-16 Histological Manifestations Of Primary Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma: The Silent Liver Death

P-16 Histological Manifestations Of Primary Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma: The Silent Liver Death

November 27, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Ruth Fidler. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-17 The Use Of Residual Liquid Cytology From Cervical Biopsy Specimens As A Means For Complementary Diagnosis

P-17 The Use Of Residual Liquid Cytology From Cervical Biopsy Specimens As A Means For Complementary Diagnosis

November 24, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Alexandra Rosado. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-32  Correlative Light And Electron Microscopy For Brain Imaging

P-32 Correlative Light And Electron Microscopy For Brain Imaging

November 22, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Debbie Guerrero. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-23 Highly Sensitive Rb Mono Anti-PD-L1 Clone OR-5E3 And OR-5H8 Antibodies For IHC Screen of NSCLC, Bladder Cancer, & Melanoma

P-23 Highly Sensitive Rb Mono Anti-PD-L1 Clone OR-5E3 And OR-5H8 Antibodies For IHC Screen of NSCLC, Bladder Cancer, & Melanoma

November 21, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Rachel Gonzalez. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-06 Immunofluorescent Versus IHC Assessment of Mitotic Index for Ki-67 and Phosphohistone-3 (pHH3) in Breast Carcinoma

P-06 Immunofluorescent Versus IHC Assessment of Mitotic Index for Ki-67 and Phosphohistone-3 (pHH3) in Breast Carcinoma

November 17, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Sarah Schollmeier. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-41: SOX-10, MART-1/Melan A, and HMB-45: A Comparison Study of Useful IHC Melanoma Markers

P-41: SOX-10, MART-1/Melan A, and HMB-45: A Comparison Study of Useful IHC Melanoma Markers

November 15, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Ella French. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-12: Imunno-Oncology Biomarker Assessment by Novel Digital Imaging Algorithms Based on Aqua Technology

P-12: Imunno-Oncology Biomarker Assessment by Novel Digital Imaging Algorithms Based on Aqua Technology

November 13, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Evelyn Diaz. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-8: Rapid IVD Fontana-Masson Staining

P-8: Rapid IVD Fontana-Masson Staining

November 10, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Vikas Palhan. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-40 Simultaneous detection of RNA and protein using single-molecule RNA in situ hybridization and IHC assays in FFPE tissues

P-40 Simultaneous detection of RNA and protein using single-molecule RNA in situ hybridization and IHC assays in FFPE tissues

November 8, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Courtney Anderson. For more information on the author and to view the abstract, visit The Block.

P-3: Automated 5 Min. Mohs Immunohistochemistry

P-3: Automated 5 Min. Mohs Immunohistochemistry

November 6, 2017

This podcast is part of the 2017 NSH Symposium/Convention Poster Podcast Series.  The lead author of this poster is Alfonso Heras. For more information on the author and to view the abstract,  visit The Block.

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