I'll 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc that as Gayle has and still is very much a
sounding board for so many of us. On or Off - Topic, routine or off
the wall questions about procedures, results, weird requests from
Pathologists or PI's, Gayle always gives her best to us.
What I most admire and respect is that she never is negative, always
positive and informative - forces me (at least) to think 'outside of
the box' and offers a helping hand with a sense of humor that I wish I
On 4/24/08, Johnson, Teri wrote:
> I was just called by a histology colleague who was asking me a question about GFP fluorescence. Some of the wisdom I imparted was taken directly from the experience of Gayle Callis, who unselfishly shared it with this list. She is one of the biggest contributors here, and I just wanted to say Thank You to Gayle for all of your help, advice, and expertise throughout the years.
> Learning from her has made me smarter.
> Teri Johnson, HT(ASCP)QIHC
> Managing Director Histology Facility
> Stowers Institute for Medical Research
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