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How I Learned IHC

Recorded On: 09/22/2021

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Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is an important application used to determine the tissue distribution of a specific antigen in normal or diseased tissues. This webinar will show how I went from a molecular biology lab to a molecular pathology lab and learned how to develop and validate IHC assays to support oncology programs.

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Lorraine Angelillo, BS

Ms. Angelillo I had a career change in 2012 when Sanofi-Aventis moved from NJ to Boston.  She is a molecular biologist by training but in 2012 accepted a contract position with Janssen to work on identifying circulating tumor cells using fluorescent IHC. This led to a permanent position in the Molecular Pathology lab where she learned IHC and image analysis from the ground up.

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Open to view video. Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is an important application used to determine the tissue distribution of a specific antigen in normal or diseased tissues. This webinar will show how I went from a molecular biology lab to a molecular pathology lab and learned how to develop and validate IHC assays to support oncology programs.
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