Certificate of Completion

National Society for Histotechnology 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 three areas: Immunohistochemistry & Molecular, Imaging & Analysis, 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

  • Checkpoint Inhibitors as Cancer Treatments
  • CUP - What Is It And How You Can Help Solve The Mystery
  • Multiplex IHC Assays: Best Practices, Techniques, and Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting Diagnostic IHC Testing
  • Multiplex Immunofluorescence (mIF) Made Easy
  • Judicious use of Immunohistochemistry in Urological Pathology: A Little Knowledge May Be Treacherous
  • Development of a Dual Immunofluorescent Assay Using Artificial Intelligence on Human Colorectal FFPE Tissue Biopsies to Support IBD Clinical Trial
  • IHC Multiplexing in Research and Clinical Application
  • Unraveling the Unknown About the Tissue Microenvironment Using a Highly Multiplexed Technique: Imaging Mass Cytometry
  • Basics of IHC: Practical and Theory
  • Predictive IHC Markers in Breast Cancer 2020: What Have We Learned?
  • MOHS IHC Staining
  • Quick Little Swimmers – Easy to Analyze?
  • Basic IHC: Understanding The Process To Improve Your Results
  • Basics of IHC: Practical and Theory
  • Optimization and Validation of Immunohistochemistry Protocols
  • What is the Relevance of the Autopsy in Precision Medicine?
  • Multidisciplinary Collaboration to Facilitate Pathology-Driven Reflex Testing
  • The Advantages of RNA Probes over DNA Probes for the Detection of HPV HR in Human Pathology
  • Application of MALDI Imaging Mass Spectrometry in Drug Discovery and Development
  • Detection Methods and Reagents for Chromogenic Immunohistochemistry
  • RNAlater Workflow to Generate Multiparametric Data from Morphometric Histology to Molecular Application
  • Recent Advancement of RNA in situ Hybridization (ISH) Technologies
  • Infectious Microorganism Visualization by Special Stains
  • Multiplexing on Animal and Xenograft Tissue
  • Piecing Together The Panels: An Explanation To Predictive And Diagnostic Antibody Groups
Imagining and Analysis
 
  • De-Mystifying AI: Artificial Intelligence Applications in Histology
  • Examining Hierarchical Architecture, Spatial Biology, And Composition Of Whole Tissue Sections At Single-Cell Resolution Using Highly Multiplexed Immunofluorescence Techniques
  • Training Your Algorithm
  • Histopathology - From Sample Preparation To Data Analysis
  • Driving Deeper Understanding in Biomarker-Driven Therapeutic Effects with AI-Powered Multi-omic Analytics
  • Whole Slide Imaging: A Large Multi-Site Validation For Use With IHC In a Clinical Setting
  • Perils and Pearls of Implementing Digtal Imaging and Artificial Intelligence Methods for Clinical diagnostics: A Future Roadmap
  • Examining Hierarchical Architecture, Spatial Biology, And Composition Of Whole Tissue Sections At Single-Cell Resolution Using Highly Multiplexed Immunofluorescence Techniques
  • Real-Time Telepathology: The Intraoperative Future
  • Driving Deeper Understanding in Biomarker-Driven Therapeutic Effects with AI-Powered Multi-omic Analytics
  • Real-Time Telepathology: A Multiple System Comparison
  • Cryo-Fluorescence Tomography: A Technique to Bridge Multi-Resolution Multi-Modal Assays
  • Digital Pathology & Image Analysis for Histotechnologists
  • 8 Marker Multiplex Staining to Analysis: End-to-end Application of InSituPlex Technology for Deep Immuno-profiling in FFPE Tumor Samples
  • Immunophenotyping of the Tumor Microenvironment Using DNA Barcoded Multiplex Technology

Laboratory Operations

  • Safety A-Z
  • Oh, The Answers You Will Find In Your SDS!
  • Principles of Effective Laboratory Management
  • Stump The Safety Man
  • Quality Control For Histologists
  • Workflow Modeling: Do More With Less
  • Histogonomics-Ergonomics in the Histology Lab
  • Validationg Your H&E Staining Systems
  • FDA Regulations and Development of In Vitro Diagnostic Assays
  • How To Create And Use Your Chemical Hygiene Plan
  • Rodent Necropsy: A Virtual Demonstration With Quality Control Oversight
  • Rodent Tissue Trimming Techniques With Quality Control Oversight
  • CPT® Coding Basics for Histotechnologists
  • CAP Inspections - Smooth Sailing or Stormy Seas? An Inspector’s Perspective
  • Even The Smallest Deviation Can Have A Huge Impact!
  • Achieving Quality and GLP Compliance in the Histopathology Laboratory
  • HistoTECH: Using Technology to Promote Laboratory Excellence
  • Biological Stain Commission Certification Endorsement of Histological Stains

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