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Certificate of Completion Program

The Certificate of Completion program provides attendees with a marketable certificate within a specific category of interest. This certificate provides concise documentation of continuing education for attendees who are required to provide documentation to renew their qualifications. Additionally, this certificate will provide attendees with practical, applicable skill documentation that can be used to enhance marketability within your organization.

Certificates are offered in two areas: Immunohistochemistry & Molecular and Laboratory Operations. To receive a Certificate of Completion, attendees must accrue a minimum of 9.0 credit hours in one of the three areas by attending the workshops designated below.

Immunohistochemistry & Molecular

  • 10% Neutral Buffered Formalin Absorption Fixation of Small Biopsies for the Preservation of RNA/DNA and IHC Antigen Retrieval.
  • A Simple Excel Spreadsheet for Maintaining Antibody/Probe Validations, Tissue for Control Purposes, and Cases for Educational Purposes
  • Application of an Anti-hapeten Multiplex Immuno Assay in Clinical Biomarker Research
  • Automated IHC Tests in Cancer Research and Clinical Applications
  • Basics and Troubleshooting in IHC
  • Cancer Diagnosis and Early Evaluation
  • Cancer Immunosuppression and Diagnosis
  • Class II Immunohistochemistry Tests: Where Do I Start?
  • Consistency Counts - A Retrospective Look at Standardization and Quality in The Lab
  • Development of an Automated Immunohistochemical Method of Murine Eosinophil Quantification
  • Exploring the Tumor Micro-environment Using Digital Spatial Profiling
  • Histotechnology Methods of Sample Preparation for Molecular Procedures
  • Histotechnology.. IN SPACE!
  • Immunohistochemistry in Kidney Diseases
  • Immunohistochemistry Validations
  • Improve Your Controls with cDNA created CytoSections
  • Mastering Multiplex
  • Modification of The Heat Induced Epitope Retrieval (HIER) Method to Decrease Tissue Loss for Delicate Tissue Samples
  • Mohs IHC Staining
  • Molecular Theory and Techniques in the Pathology Research Laboratory
  • Morphological Artifact Free Solutions for Ocular Histology
  • Multiplex Immunofluorescence Applications And Utilization in the Research Environment
  • Pipette, Cry, Repeat - PCR! Principle, Steps and Application of PCR
  • Precision Diagnostics: How the Laboratory and Pharmacy Work Together to Optimize Patient Care
  • Screening Disease Indications for Clinical Trials - How to Conduct Pre-screening Evaluations for IHC Feasibility
  • The Application and Use of a Range of Prognostic and Predictive Markers for Use in Malignant Melanoma Patient Management
  • The Best Fruit Grows from Strong Trees: Next Generation Antibodies
  • The Brains of This Operation: Special Considerations for IHC on CNS Tissue
  • The Long and Winding Road to Immunohistochemistry Optimization
  • Transitioning from Manual to Automated IHC
  • Understanding IHC on Plastic-Embedded Tissue: What You Need To Know
  • Use of RNAscope In Situ Hybridization in Diagnostic Pathology

Laboratory Operations

  • Additional Testing in The Pathology Laboratory
  • Anatomic Pathology Pitfalls: Creating Safety in a Strange Place
  • Clinical Trials Pathology: Navigating the Unique Requirements of Clinical Trials Related Testing
  • Compiling Pathologist Feedback Data
  • Cytology Workload Requirements for Cytotechnologists AND Pathologists
  • Histogonomics-Ergonomics and Injuries in the Histology Lab
  • OMG, It’s CJD
  • Performing a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) in the Histology Laboratory
  • Preparing for a CLIA or CAP Inspection: Before, During and After
  • Quality Management Systems in Histology
  • Signs and Labels
  • Solutions for On-Slide Quality Control Issues
  • The Mystery of Histology Safety Regulations
  • Using Lean in the Histology Lab: Identifying Waste Hiding in Plain Sight

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