2001 Florida Meeting

From:Jerry Santiago <SANTIAG@pathology.ufl.edu>

The Florida Society for Histotechnology will celebrate their annual meeting "Celebrating 30 Years of Excellence Through Enlightenment"  from May 4-6, 2001 at the Westin Innisbrooke Resort, Palm Harbor, Florida (Tampa Area).

Hotel Rates:
Single   $ 132.00
Double $ 155.00

Reserve by calling 1-800-456-2000 use code FSH deadline for rates is April 2, 2001.

The following is the program breakdown

Friday, May 4, 2001
Registration  7am - 4pm
Complimentary Breakfast 7-8:30am

Morning Workshops  8:30 - 11:30 am

#1  Theory & Practice of Immunohistochemistry
         Paul Ardi, Cell Marque

#2  More than a Gut Feeling: How to hire the Right 
       Person
         Vinnie Della Speranza, Medical University of South 
           Carolina

#3  Theory & Application of Natural and Synthetic Dyes 
         and Stains
           Gary Wiedelhold, Richard Allan Scientific

Complimentary Lunch Provided

Afternoon Workshops  1:00 - 4:00 PM

#4   Preparing to take the ASCP Examination
           Mequita Praet, Dermatology Associates
           Jerry Santiago, Univ. of Florida-DRL

#5   Microwaves: Routine Histologic Applications from
          Theory to Practice for Beginners
             Jan Minshew, TBS, Inc.

#6   Immunohistochemistry Forum
            paul Ardi, Cell Marque

Saturday, May 5, 2001
Registration 7am - 4pm
Complimentary Breakfast

Morning Workshops  8:30 - 11:30 am

#7   Substraction Probe Technology
          Rina Wu, Zymed Laboratories

# 8  It Ain't Black Magic: Taking the mystery out of Quality
         Histologic Preparations
          Vinnie Della Speranza, Medical University of South
           Carolina

# 9   FNA Smear & Salvage Techniques
          Dr. Jeff D. Morgan, Surgical Pathology 
              Labnoratories

Complimentary Awards Luncheon

Afternoon Workshops  1:00 - 4:00 PM

# 10   Utilizing Confrontation as a Method of Conflict 
              Resolution
                Roberta Smith & Ron Hobbs, DSI-Naples 
                   Community Hospital

#11   Introduction to Molecular Biology: Understanding
           In-Situ Hybridization
            Ada Feldman, Anatech Ltd.

#12  Animal Tissue:  What Makes it Different?
           Beverly Robinson, Richard-Allan Scientific

Sunday, May 6, 2001

Registration 7-8 am
Complimentary Breakfast

Morning Workshops

#13  Basic Concepts in Troubleshooting Special Stains
             Jerry Santiago, Univ. of Florida-DRL

# 14  Ocular Histology in the Animal Eye
               Patricia Lewis, Univ. of Florida-Veterinary School

Membership Meeting, Friday may 4, 2001 at 5 PM

Registration Fee:                $ 20.00
Classes Memebers           $ 25.00/Class
Classes Non-Members:   $ 40.00/Class

To register you can contact Jerry Santiago at 352-846-1607 or e-mail to: santij1@earthlink.net and send check or money order payable to:

FSH
C/O Jerry Santiago
8419 SW 61st Place
Gainesville, FL  32608





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