NSH 41st Annual Symposium/Convention
NSH is excited to bring the 41st Annual Symposium/Convention to the Nation's Capital, August 28-September 2, 2015. 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. This year we will be featuring our new 60 minute troubleshooting workshops along with other opportunities in our 90 minute and 3 hour workshops. The convention offers a chance to network with other histology professionals over a fun and exciting six days of workshops, exhibits, general sessions, hospitalities and more. Join us this year in Washington, D.C. and you won't ever want to miss another NSH Symposium/Convention!
Registration will open Spring 2015!
Sessions & Scientific Exhibits will take place in the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. The resort is located in the beautiful waterfront entertainment district only 8 miles south of downtown Washington, DC. NSH has reserved rooms at the Gaylord and housing will open Spring 2015.
Who Should Attend
- Lab Supervisors/Managers
- Histotechs/Cytotechs in Clinical, Veterinary and Research Settings
- Students interested in a Histology Career
- Histology/Histotechnology Teachers
- Anyone involved in the collection, processing and evaluation of tissue samples
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!
Looking for Photos from past Symposium/Conventions? Click below to view photos taken in the past.
NSH Flickr Collection (a special thanks to Historian Skip Brown & Volunteer David Davis)