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The Experimental Histopathology shared resource uses techniques such as routine and special staining, immunohistochemistry (IHC), in situ hybridization (ISH) and digital pathology in support of internal and external investigators who rely on histological analysis to solve complex questions across a broad range of basic, translational and clinical research.
We collaborate with Fred Hutch investigators, Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consortium member investigators, and researchers from external institutions and corporations.
Please contact our team or our director to discuss training opportunities or how we can help you meet your research goals.
For training on our Leica laser capture microdissection, or LCM, instrumentation, contact our LCM Specialist, David Sierra, to schedule a session.
We offer training for the independent use of our Aperio FL fluorescent slide scanner and HALO image analysis software, in addition to providing these services for a fee.
At the HALO online training portal, find tutorial videos, user guides, technical documentation, webinars and other learning resources for learning our HALO software.