Some of you may be familiar with my “Good News for Alabama” emails but for those of you who are not, here is the scoop! The Alabama Society for Histotechnology is once again under construction. My name is Christie Gowan And I have been given authority by the NSH to represent the Alabama society for Histotechnology (ASH). Until the time that elected officials can assume that responsibility, my goal will be to form committees for elections, gather historical documents, and re-apply for non-profit status with the IRS.
For those of you wishing to help with a committee, provide historical documents, or help in any way, please contact me at .
Posted by bama on Monday, April 29, 2013 at 09:07 PM.
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Representative: Christie Gowan HT(ASCP)
All other offices vacant
Posted by bama on Monday, April 29, 2013 at 09:12 PM.
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The Alabama Society for Histotechnology is organized to:
- encourage continuing education in the field of histology
- to strengthen communication with the profession
- to promote the interchange of ideas and methods in histology
- to promote understanding and cooperation between histotechnologists and allied professions.
Membership is open to individuals, organizations and companies who share these goals.
To join our organization simply register on this site, and indicate your desire to be a member.
There are no annual dues.
Yearly membership runs from June 1 to May 31.
We will ask you to confirm your membership each year.
To register, please use our contact form
to send us your name and address, and tell us where you work.
Posted by bama on Thursday, February 21, 2008 at 05:42 AM.