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  • Bonnie Whitaker on Being an Anatomic Pathology Operations Director and the Future of IHC

    I recently had the opportunity to speak with Bonnie Whitaker, Anatomic Pathology Operations Director at the Department of Pathology at The Ohio State University – Wexner Medical Center. Bonnie has an obvious passion for histology and great insights into the future of immunohistochemistry (IHC) and molecular pathology. I hope you enjoy reading her interview as […] The post Bonnie Whitaker on Being ...

Aquaro Biosystems

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  • Automation and Quality Control in the Histology Laboratory with Clif Chapman

    We had the opportunity to talk to Clifford M. Chapman, MS, HTL, QIHC (ASCP) about changes in and the future of automation in the histology laboratory, as well as quality control. Clif holds the position of Technical Specialist at StrataDx (Lexington, MA), as well as Senior Consultant at Medi-Sci Consultants (Woburn, MA). Thank you for […] The post Automation and Quality Control in the Histology La...

  • Seeking Candidates for Our Scientific Advisory Board

    Aquaro Biosystems aims to build products that meet the needs of histotechs, lab managers, and pathologists. With this goal in mind, the company is putting together a team of leaders in the field of histology for its Scientific Advisory Board. Scientific Advisory Board members will be asked to provide support in designing and reviewing experiments […] The post Seeking Candidates for Our Scientific ...

  • Nominate a Histology Thought Leader

    Do you or any of your friends/colleagues have interesting stories to share about histology or have thoughtful ideas on the future of the field? Aquaro Biosystems is continuing its Histology Thought Leaders series, and we are looking for histotechs, lab managers, and pathologists to interview. We are interested in speaking with people in any area […] The post Nominate a Histology Thought Leader app...

  • Manual to Motorized Microtomes: How to Decide to Make the Switch

    The majority of histology labs that perform sectioning and staining of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues utilize either manual or motorized rotary microtomes to section the tissues. Manual microtomes require the user to advance the section towards the blade manually utilizing a handwheel, or two handwheels for fine and coarse advancement. The user controls the speed […] The post Manu...

  • What Histotechs Are Saying About the PaceSetter

    Aquaro Biosystems developed the PaceSetter section mounting system with guidance from the histology community. After collecting feedback from histotechs on the alpha version of the PaceSetter, the Aquaro team made several changes for the PaceSetter to produce better and more consistent slides. More recently, Aquaro has received another round of feedback from histotechs. The most […] The post What ...

  • Aquaro Biosystems is Growing!

    The past few months have brought about many changes for Aquaro Biosystems. We’ve made many developments on the PaceSetter to provide more consistent and high-quality sections. We’ve also added a number of strong new team members that are excited to bring the PaceSetter to histology labs. Meet these new members of the Aquaro team: Alberto […] The post Aquaro Biosystems is Growing! appeared first on...

  • See Aquaro Biosystems’ Poster Presented at NSH 2016

    The Aquaro Biosystems team attended the 42nd Annual NSH Symposium/Convention in Long Beach, CA last month. The team talked to over 100 histotechs that were excited to learn about the PaceSetter, many of whom were excited to test it out in their labs. In addition to Aquaro’s exhibit, the team presented a poster, “PaceSetter™ Section […] The post See Aquaro Biosystems’ Poster Presented at NSH 2016 a...

  • Successful Beta Tests at Two Pharmaceutical Companies

    The Aquaro team wrapped up a busy 2016 with successful beta tests of the PaceSetter section mounting system at two major pharmaceutical companies. The extensive tests demonstrated the PaceSetter’s value in: improving laboratory efficiency, increasing slide quality and consistency, and enhancing laboratory ergonomics. Improving Laboratory Efficiency The most notable advantage of the PaceSetter for ...

  • Mouse Lung Tissue: Determining Optimal Sectioning, Floating, & Mounting Settings with the PaceSetter

    When switching from a traditional microtome and water bath setup to using the New PaceSetter to de-wrinkle and mount sections, histology labs will need to determine appropriate settings for sectioning and floating various tissues. We recently performed a study to find sectioning and de-wrinkling settings for mouse lung tissue using the PaceSetter section mounting system. […] The post Mouse Lung Ti...

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