FW: New Histology School Opening in Tucson
|From:||Elina Golder-Novoselsky |
From: Jonette Fuentes
Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 8:25 AM
To: Elina Golder-Novoselsky
Subject: FW: New Histology School Opening in Tucson
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From: Satya Kalra
Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2003 5:02 PM
Subject: RE: New Histology School Opening in Tucson
Congratulations! We, at Biogenex, are very thrilled to hear about Pima
Community College's new Histology Course. BioGenex, located in California,
is a world leader in Cellular and Molecular Diagnostics, Life Sciences &
Genomics, and Drug Discovery & Development products. We welcome the
opportunity to offer assistance by donating histology reagents and perhaps,
laboratory equipment to your school. In order to further assist you, please
provide us with a list of materials and/or equipment that you may need.
We are looking forward to hear from you.
Board Member and Co-Founder
4600 Norris Canyon Road
San Ramon, CA 94583
Tel. (925) 866-2546
Fax. (925) 543-1410
Date: 2 Aug 2003 10:27:34 -0500
From: "Bartlett, Jeanine"
Subject: RE: New histology school opening in Tucson
Congratulations! This is great news!
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From: Ethel Macrea
Sent: 8/1/2003 2:00 PM
Subject: New histology school opening in Tucson
Hello Histonetters. I am thrilled to announce that the Pima Community
College of Tucson AZ has just begun their 2 year degree histology
program. Believe it or not, we have 28 student enrolled. Terrific!
What the school is in dire need of is some usable histology equipment
and stained slides for the tissue/histology portion of the program. If
anyone out there has old microtomes etc that they can donate to a
non-profit school/program (and the lab can write it off as a donation),
please let me know. Also, if anyone has old dyes and stains that are
expired etc, the school can use those. And finally, we are trying to
create lab sets of stained slides depicting different tissue structures
and there is a large list of these.
If anyone can help out with these, please let me know. I can then
forward the "wish list" to you and you can do whatever is suitable for
you. On behalf of Pima Community College's Histology Program, I would
like to offer their thanks in advance to anyone who can help the school
get off the ground this semester. Letters for tax purposes can be
provided for any contributions.
Here are the messages received yesterday!
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