The National Society for Histotechnology was formed in 1973 by a group of dedicated histologists with the purpose of sharing scientific and technical knowledge to the histology community worldwide.
Today NSH is over four thousand members strong representing histology professionals from around the globe. It hosts a highly successful, annual Symposium/Convention that draws 1500 attendees from virtually every continent and it publishes a quarterly, world-class journal, the Journal of Histotechnology. In addition, NSH is home to Resource Committees for histotechnologists practicing in specific areas of the science and is the number one source of quality continuing education for histotechnologists. In addition to NSH Meetings, they also maintain an Online Learning Center and serve as contact hour provider for affiliate and organization partners in the histology community.
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