Free Workshops in Southern California

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From:"Alton D. Floyd" <>
Date:Sun, 9 May 1999 13:19:38 -0500

The Biological Stain Commission will meet on the Queen Mary in Long Beach
June 3-5, 1999.  As part of the educational mission of the Commission,
this year two workshops will be presented on Saturday, June 5.  These
workshops will be given in the NSH format, and the morning workshop is
titled "How dyes stain tissues: A new perspective".  The presentor is Dr.
Dick Dapson, no stranger to the histology audience.

The afternoon workshop will be given by John Tarpley of Amgen, and Al 
Floyd, and is titled "Specimen optimization for Image Analysis".  John
and Al are also frequent presentors at  State and National meetings.

There is no charge for either of these workshops.  Refreshments will be
served during breaks.  The morning workshop is already an approved
continuing education workshop by NSH, and the afternoon workshop is being
submitted for approval.  

To facilitate room and refreshment arrangements, it would be appreciated
if those planing to attend would contact either Dr. David Penney:
or Al Floyd:

General Scientific sessions are held on Friday, June 4.  These sessions
are also open to all and this years topic is Molecular morphology:
Potential for Pathology.  Thee sessions have been organized by Dr. Clive
Taylor of USC.   We look forward to seeing you in Long Beach.

Al Floyd

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