The deadline to submit an abstract to the conference is on June 30/2022. The conference is welcoming an abstract submission from undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and faculty. For registration please use the link, which is shown in the attached flyer. The full program schedule will be shared after the June 30th, 2022.
The 41th Annual Biological Stain Commission Conference on “Emerging Innovations and Research in Fluorescence and Dye/Stain Applications” is being hosted by the Department of Chemistry at the Georgia State University and the Biological Stain Commission. The 2022 Conference will be held on August 5, 2022 in the College of Law Event Services - Address: 85 Park Place NE, Ste 048 Atlanta, GA 30303 of Georgia State campus in Atlanta, GA. A tentative schedule is forthcoming.
The Biological Stain Commission (BSC) was established in 1923. To this day, the BSC is recognized around the world as a one-of-a-kind quality control reference laboratory that certifies stains used in histology, biological, and research laboratories. The only current location of the BSC Assay Laboratory is in the heart of the University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY, USA. The services provided as a non-biased party, directly support companies that sell histological stains. Histological stains that meet the quality standards of the BSC Assay Laboratory are endorsed as BSC Certified. This endorsement is often used by many as a quality control measure when buying stains for a laboratory. At this conference, students will have an opportunity to give an oral or poster presentations, attend series of lectures on Fluorescence Applications.
In 2019, the 40th Biological Stain Commission Conference was hosted by the University of Rochester and was a huge success. We hope that you and your students will plan to attend. Please find attached a registration form and an accommodations sheet. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call or email Dr. Henary at (404) 413-5566 or [email protected].
For more information please see this flyer.