BSC Annual Meetings
Emerging Innovations and Research in Fluorescence Applications
2023 Biological Stain Commission Annual Meeting
June 9th, 2023
January 9th, 2023—May 15th, 2023
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINES:
Oral Presentations: May 9, 2023
Poster Presentations: May 9, 2023
The One Day Symposium will be
held @ Sarah Flaum Atrium
415 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester, NY 14642
The Annual Meeting includes a symposium with invited speakers, a business meeting with reports from the Commission’s officers and committees, presentations by members, and informal discussions and question and answer sessions on scientific and technical topics. Participants include users, manufacturers and vendors of stains, experts in dye analysis and testing, and other interested parties, such as representatives of scientific societies, the FDA and the ISO.
These Scientific Meetings usually are held in early June, often in or near Rochester NY, the site of the Commission’s testing laboratory, and also in other major North American cities.
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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BIOLOGICAL STAIN COMMISSION FRIDAY JUNE 5, 2009 HYATT REGENCY HOTEL, RIVERWALK SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 8:00 – 8:15 Gathering of Attendees (with beverages, fruit and pastries) 8:15: -8:20 Welcome Alton Floyd, PhD President,...
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BIOLOGICAL STAIN COMMISSION FRIDAY JUNE 6, 2008 MANCHESTER GRAND HYATT HOTEL SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA SYMPOSIUM: A SEMINAR ON DYES AND STAINING Introduction to the seminar. Co-chairmen: Dr Richard W. Dapson Vice President, Biological Stain...
Models of the effects of fixation on proteins. Timothy J. O'Leary, M.D., PhD., Dept. of Veteran's Affairs Using peptide arrays to evaluate the chemistry of fixation and translation of the results to an international clinical proficiency survey. Steven A. Bogen,...
Macromolecular changes with formaldehyde fixation and antigen retrieval Richard W. Dapson How formalin fixation affects the outcome of routine and special stains M. Lamar Jones, BS, HT(ASCP), Anatomic Pathology Manager, North Carolina Baptist Hospital,...
Rapid Microwave Tissue Processing Dr. A Morales, University of Miami HEIR Techniques Dr. Clive Taylor, University of Southern California Multispectral Multiplexing: More is Merrier Dr. Richard Levenson, Biomedical Systems, CRI Inc. Woburn, MA Digital Blood Smears at...
Anatomy of Plant Pathology. Prof Seigfried Fink, University of Freiburg, Germany. Cytology and Cytophotometry of Nucleic Acid Metabolism During Seed Development in Pine trees. Dr Graeme Berlyn, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Histological and DNA Microarray Techniques...
The Use of Dyes in Modern Biomedicine. Dr. Mark Wainwright, University of Leeds, UK Investigation of Photosensitizing Dyes for Pathogen Reduction in Red Cell Suspensions. Dr. Steve Wagner, American Red Cross. Beltsville, MD Improving Pap Stain for Cytometry. Dr. David...
Romanowsky Stain Mixtures: From Romanowsky to Wittekind and Beyond, Dr. Alton Floyd, Edwardsburg, MI Mucins as Molecular Markers in Neoplasia, Dr. Upender Manne, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL Histochemical Studies on Kidney Glomerular...