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Histotechnology Group of NSW

Sydney - Australia

The prime intention of the Histotechnology Group of NSW is to further the education and interests of histology scientists and technicians by providing a forum to facilitate regular scientific meetings and conferences.

The group aims to bring together and encourage histotechnologists from various laboratories and hospitals to share their experiences, achievements and discoveries.

This extends to similar organisations throughout Australia, New Zealand and internationally, assembling colleagues from all areas of histology ranging from marine and plant biology to archaeological finds.

The Histotechnology Group of NSW is open to all involved in the science of Histology.

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Incorporated in 1974 for the purpose of advancing professional growth, standards, knowledge and performance of histotechnology through continuing and formal education programs.

Alabama Society for Histotechnology
United States

This organization shall be known as the Alabama Society for Histotechnology, hereafter referred to as the Society. This Society is organized for educational and scientific purposes and shall function within the structure of the these Bylaws to encourage continuing education in the field of histology; to strengthen communication and to get a prompt interchange of ideas and methods; promote understanding and cooperation between the histotechnologi

Alabama Society for Histotechnology
United States

This organization shall be known as the Alabama Society for Histotechnology, hereafter referred to as the Society. This Society is organized for educational and scientific purposes and shall function within the structure of the these Bylaws to encourage continuing education in the field of histology; to strengthen communication and to get a prompt interchange of ideas and methods; promote understanding and cooperation between the histotechnologi

California Society for Histotechnology
United States

California Society for Histotechnology is a non-profit organization, which has been promoting and encouraging growth in the field of histotechnology for over 34 years. We are dedicated to providing information and interactions which will serve to increase the knowledge and improve the skills of our members and other professionals in the field. The California Society for Histotechnology is proud to be part of the National Society for Histotechnolo

Arizona Society for Histotechnology (ASH)
United States

The Arizona Society for Histotechnology is a society dedicated to the advancement of histotechnology and related sciences such as immunohistochemistry and molecular biology.

Colorado Society of Histotechnology (CSH)
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The Colorado Society of Histotechnology is a non-profit organization designed to unite the histologic technicians and technologists in the State of Colorado by promoting the aims and ideals of Histotechnology as well as higher standards in clinical methods and research. Futhermore, the society promotes mutual mutual understanding between histologic technicians, technologists, physicians, research scientists and all others who are employed in the

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