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40th Annual NSH Annual Symposium / Convention - National Society For Histotechnology
NSH is excited to bring the 40th Annual Symposium/Convention to the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin, TX, August 22 - 27, 2014. The NSH Symposium/Convention is the event for histotechnologists to discover new methods, share best practices and preview what the latest vendors have to offer. Your career is our passion. The National Convention has the education and access to industry experts that help you succeed. You might even have a little fun!
Unique Learning Opportunities
Workshops - In depth educational sessions given by industry leaders covering all aspects of histology. Sessions run 90 minutes, 3 hours (half-day) or 6 hours (full-day)
Computer Workshops - Hands-on workshops held in the Computer Lab. Attendees will have access to the use of a computer to enhance the learning experience. Attendance is limited
Wet-Workshops - Hands-on workshops held with the purpose of demonstrating a technique or process. Participants work with and are exposed to equipment, specimens, chemicals and reagents. Attendance is limited
Lecture Series - Gain a global perspective on the science and industry. Two days of Free One Hour Lectures!
The National Society for Histotechnology was formed in 1973 by a group of dedicated histologists with the purpose of sharing scientific and technical knowledge to the histology community worldwide. These efforts were to help advance the discipline of Histotechnology and aid professionals in their career.
NSH believes lifelong education is the key to a satisfying career and continued professional advancement.
If the 40th Annual NSH Annual Symposium / Convention - National Society For Histotechnology is important to your business, act now and make the appropriate connections. See the contact information below.
NSH - National Society for Histotechnology
8850 Stanford Blvd., Suite 2900
Columbia, MD 21045
Histotechs/Cytotechs in Clinical, Veterinary and Research Settings
Students interested in a Histology Career
Anyone involved in the collection, processing and evaluation of tissue samples
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