The Role of Histopathology in Characterizing and Validating Animal Models of Human Diseases
Recorded On: 06/23/2021
Animal models of human diseases are a crucial part of medicine and biological research. Animal models are developed to closely mimic a pathological condition or disease process in humans for the purpose of studying more closely that specific disease or to predict the clinical outcome of a novel therapeutic. It is important to collect physical observations and biological samples to help with characterization and validation. Biological samples can then be further tested using in vitro analyses, which include Immunohistochemistry (IHC) and H&E stains. This webinar will highlight how IHC and H&E stains are utilized in animal model characterization and validation.
CEUs: This histology course is worth 1 continuing education credit. Course is available for 365 days from date of purchase.
Heather Deutsch, MS, HTL(ASCP)
Heather is an NSH member, member of the Lab Webinar Program team, and volunteers in a variety of other ways for the NSH – all while working as a Senior Associate Scientist with Janssen R&D. She received her Bachelors in Pre Veterinary Medicine/Research and Master’s in Biomedical Chemistry from Rutgers’s University. She specialized in immunohistochemistry, digital pathology, and invivo pharmacology. When Heather is not busy working and volunteering, she loves to travel internationally, hiking, and trying new restaurants in the Philadelphia area.