ASH 2000: Histotechnology Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

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The planning committee of ASH 2000 has chosen the following workshops to be 
presented at the ASH/Region VII Symposium/Convention. 
Dates for the S/C are June 8-10, 2000. 
Location is The DoubleTree Guest Suites, 320 N 44th Street, Phoenix, AZ.
Basic Chemistry For The Histotechnician, Ada Feldman, Anatech
Musings Of A Histochemistry Watcher, Jules Elias, Ph.D.
Safety And Compliance In The Laboratory;
Biohazards To Toxic Chemicals   , Jerry Fredenburgh, Richard Allan 
The Histochemistry Of The Hematoxylin And Eosin Stain, Jerry Fredenburgh, 
Richard Allan
Automated Microtomy, Sharon Lang, Leica
Antibodies 2x2, A Guide To Demonstrating Two Antibodies On The Same Slide, 
Ethel Macrea, Ventana
How To Get A Job In The New Millennium, Renee Elias
Hot Wax; Depends On Snow Conditions, Irene Downs, BA, HTL(ASCP)
Application Of Basic IHC Plus New Technological
Breakthroughs In The Clinical Lab, Kathlene Deitrich, Dako
Idiosyncracies Of IHC, Ethel Macrea, Ventana
What Color Were You Expecting?, Freida Carson, Ph.D.
Mini Workshops: 
    Stress Management, Nancy Selwin
    Internet For Histotechs, Patsy Ruegg, NSH Region VII Director
    The Future Of Histotechnology, Jules Elias, Ph.D.
The FDA And The Clinical Lab, Judith Frederick, Ventana
Basic Microscopy, Florescence And Digital Imaging, Robert Chiovetti, GTI
Controlling Procedures, Freida Carson, Ph.D.
Histotechnology, Applications To Forensics  , Mary Dudley, M.D.
Basic Understanding Of Molecular Biology, Ada Feldman, Anatech
Microwave Techniques, Diane Miller

For more details on this meeting please contact Ethel Macrea, 800-277-2155 
Ext. 2739 or Andi Grantham, 520-626-4415, or simply respond to this email.

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