HCS Fall Webinar Series

The Histochemical Society is pleased to announce a fall series of webinars. 
These events are open to all. HCS 2020 awardees and invited guests will be featured in this webinar series. All webinars are 12:00pm-1:30pm US Eastern. Save these dates!

 September 23

HCS Annual Business Meeting - All are invited

Join HCS leadership to discuss the business of the society and trends for the coming year.  

Register to Attend Business Meeting



October 21: Liver Biology and Disease Pathogenesis

Hepatic crisis in Sickle cell Anemia

Tirthadipa Pradhan-Sundd, University of Pittsburgh

Determining the effects of Wnt signaling in the alleviation of cholestasis via the promotion of hepatocyte transdifferentiation

Karis Kosar, University of Pittsburgh

The Prolyl Isomerase PIN1 Impairs Methionine Adenosyltransferase α1 Mitochondrial Targeting in Alcoholic Liver Disease

Lucia Barbier Torres, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center


November 18: Directions from the Extracellular Matrix   

Preserved extracellular matrix in non-enzymatically detached cultured keratinocyte sheets bolsters the healing effects on grafted burn wounds

Suzan Alharbi, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, and  King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia     


Differential Regulation of Intestinal Epithelial Intercellular Adhesion and Barrier Function by Desmosomal Cadherins

Arturo   Raya-Sandino, University of Michigan Medical School      

The Role of the Actin-Binding Protein Cortactin in the Onset and Development of Sepsis. 

Nathaniel Lartey, CINVESTAV-IPN


December 16: Inflammation and Heart Disease 

Longitudinal In Vivo Atherosclerotic Disease Development in The apoE Deficient Zucker Rat

Roberto Mota Alvidrez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Induction ofNrgl and ErbB4 ls Specific to Vu-us Induced Injury of the Myocardium and May be Detected  during Pathogenesis of Viral Myocarditis as Blood-Based Biomarkers for Diagnosis

Paul Hanson, University of British Columbia

Gene expression profile in an animal model of socs3 knockout gene induced sepsis

Ramon Bossardi Ramos, Albany Medical College