Troubleshooting Immunohistochemistry: Both Manual and Automated Techniques

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Presented by Debra Horton, MT(ASCP),QIHC(ASCP), University Hospital, Birmingham, AL

Knowing how to troubleshoot a staining issue can be the biggest hurdle for most technologists. What you need to do and where to start can be a big question once you have looked at your slides, and the answers may not always be the same depending on the circumstances. This webinar will demonstrate how to troubleshoot poor quality staining and go step by step to come up with the best solution.

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Continuing Education Credits

NSH Contact Hours (acceptable for AMT, ASCP, and state recertification): 1 hour(s)
Course number WEB0318
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours - Immunohistochemistry/Advanced Histologic Techniques: 1 hour(s)
Course number 20-669272, approved through 4/1/2020

Objectives

  • will demonstrate how to troubleshoot poor quality staining
  • provide solutions to problems

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Course Description: Knowing how to troubleshoot a staining issue can be the biggest hurdle for most technologists. What you need to do and where to start can be a big question once you have looked at your slides, and the answers may not always be the same depending on the circumstances. This webinar will demonstrate how to troubleshoot poor quality staining and go step by step to come up with the best solution.

Presenter Bio: Ms. Horton is lead technologist in the Immunohistochemistry Department at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.  In her lab she performs about 160 IHC antibody tests as well as molecular testing using ISH method. laboratory. She oversees the daily operations of the IHC laboratory along with quality, CAP preparation and introducing new antibodies and molecular probes that have been requested by the Pathologist.  Debra is also a regular, and very popular presenter at the Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.  We are very glad to have her here with us today and with that I would like to hand this over to Debra.

Ms. Horton is lead technologist in the Immunohistochemistry Department at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.  In her lab she performs about 160 IHC antibody tests as well as molecular testing using ISH method. laboratory. She oversees the daily operations of the IHC laboratory along with quality, CAP preparation and introducing new antibodies and molecular probes that have been requested by the Pathologist.  Debra is also a regular, and very popular presenter at the Annual NSH Symposium/Convention.  We are very glad to have her here with us today and with that I would like to

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