Re: graduate student textbook

From:Melissa Jensen

Histotechnology  2nd Edition by Freda Carson.There is a workbook you can
purchase also..Very good!!
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To: "'Histonet'" 
Sent: Saturday, June 15, 2002 11:20 AM
Subject: graduate student textbook

> You folks are the greatest!!!!!  Histologists appear to be the most
> collegial scientists in the world!  You have already been very generous in
> offering advice to a non-histologist (psychologist who does some
> who has been trying to help other psychologists even less enlightened
> histology.  Of course no good deed goes 'unrewarded'.  Now these
> psychologists are so impressed that they want me to teach a graduate level
> class, to psychologists & other neuroscientists, who do not intend to
> histologists but need to do histology in the course of their research
> psychology dept's are so poor that we can't afford to hire a histologist
> have to do our own).  So I need to find an appropriate textbook to have
> students use for this.  Or even good published reviews.  I apologize, I
> should probably do more homework on this first, but am really not sure
> to even start.  I was taught "hands-on"  by a histologist years ago, never
> had any formal coursework in this.  We will be able to do some wetwork in
> the class if that matters.  Any recommendations you might care to offer
> would be very much appreciated!   Susan Bachus

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