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Jocelyn H. Bruce-Gregorios a. She wrote the first edition of "Histopathologic Techniques" before migrating to the United States in She completed three years residency training in Anatomic Pathology, one year of clinical training in Neurology, and three years of Neuropathology Fellowship at the Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital in Ohio and Electron Microscopy at the Cleve-land Clinic.
She worked as neuropathologist at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, became a tenured Full Professor at the University of Miami-Miller School of Medicine, and taught pathology residents, medical students and histotechnologists for more than 25 years before retiring in Florida.
She has co-authored several Pathology and Neurology book chapters, has given numerous formal presentations at scientific conventions in the U. Histopathologic Techniques. This book provides a concise definition of the fundamental principles and tech-niques involved in histotechnology.
A chapter on Laboratory Risk Management emphasizes the importance of instrumentation, quality control and safety precautions in the working place.
The methods involved in tissue processing, histologic staining and cytology are discussed. The use of microwave as a non-chemical way of tissue stabilization and fixation, rapid tissue processing, archival material, enzyme histochemistry and molecular biological techniques such as in-situ hybridization and polymerase chain reaction techniques are described.
This book also includes a brief course in immunology, covering antigen-antibody reactions, and the required steps in immunostaining. Histopathologic Techniques Jocelyn H. Bruce-Gregorios Dr.