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  1. Robert Ogilvie
    Robert Ogilvie

    Medical University of South Carolina
    Mount Pleasant, SC

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    Lisa Lee

    University of Colorado School of Medicine
    Aurora, CO

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    Duquesne University
    Pittsburgh, PA

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    Morehouse School of Medicine
    Atlanta, GA

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    Matthew Zdilla

    West Liberty University
    West Liberty, WV

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  1. 2014 Regional Meeting

    Oct 11 - 12
    Philadelphia, PA, United States

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LATEST DISCUSSIONS

  • John Fredieu

    Embryology Education Materials

    Posted in: Open Forum

    Dear Colleagues, During the last EB meeting, I posted a link to an online multimedia learning object for human embryology education. The website was difficult and bugs/glitches were plentiful. The...

  • Douglas Paulsen

    RE: (Inter)national repository

    Posted in: Digital Histology...

    If indeed an international depository were possible, it might be helpful to develop an online comment/rating system for the slides. These are large enough files that the server space to accommodate...

  • Lisa Lee

    RE: National repository of virtual slides?

    Posted in: Digital Histology...

    It is inspiring to see all of your enthusiasm and willingness to share your resources and expertise! I pale in comparison to many of your experience and expertise, but I am committed to sharing my...

  • Michael Hortsch

    RE: National repository of virtual slides?

    Posted in: Digital Histology...

    Thank you, Bob, for bringing this topic to our attention. Haviva, John, Doug and Linda have added important aspects to the discussion. Many institutions do not have the resources to generate a comprehensive...

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The new Digital Histology Interest Group (DHIG) is a new community on Anatomy Connected that supports the effort of communication, collaboration, and the sharing of resources to help advance histology education, technology, and research. more