Re: Educational classes

From:Patsy Ruegg

When I first started training in Histology, 25+ years ago in California, I 
took a Histology (tissue identification) class at the local community 
college that was for those in the Dental Hygenist program.  It was all about 
looking in the scope and identifing tissue components, nothing about slide 
preparation.  It was a good course and taught me alot of microanatomy.  I 
guess they taught it to the Dental Hygenist because they have to look for 
diseased tissue in mouths.  I would have not thought to look for a class 
like that under that program, but there it was.  My point is, there may be 
these kind of classes at your local education facilities in areas you may 
not have thought to look.

Patsy Ruegg, HT(ASCP)QIHC
IHCtech, LLC
Fitzsimmons BioScience Park
12635 Montview Blvd. Suite 216
Aurora, CO 80010
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>From: pam plumlee 
>Subject: Educational classes
>Date: Wed, 04 Dec 2002 13:59:13 -0800 (PST)
>Hi everyone:  I work in research and one of my
>coworkers would like to educate herself in basic
>histology and pathology.  I am taking care of the
>histo part of it by giving her hands on and sharing
>all my great texts.  She would like to take some
>seminars or short courses in animal tissue and cell ID
>and wound healing.  She has her B.S. in animal health
>and is very sharp. Any suggestions?  Thanks, Pam
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