Cell Collecting Falloposcope for Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer

March 2022 NSH Laboratory Webinar

 Start Date - End Date

March 23, 2022

Early Bird Discount Deadline

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Registration Deadline

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Presented by Photini Faith Rice, AAS, HHS(ASCP), Ricky Cordova, BS

Falloposcopy is the endoscopic examination of the fallopian tubes. The fallopian tubes are challenging to access due to their deep location, small opening from the uterus, and lumen filled with epithelial-covered plicae. This session will discuss the development of Falloposcope, ad device designed for the early detection of ovarian cancer. Join our speakers on development journey for this device. This was first presesnted in 2020 as a poster at the NSH Convention. Ms. Rice was also featured in the 2021 edition of Women in Histology. Take a listen!

This webinar is part of the 2022 Laboratory Webinar Series.

Laboratory Webinars are a great, inexpensive way to provide continuing education to a large number of employees. The cost for each session is the same regardless of the number of attendees.

*Earn CEU's - One CEU per attendee per session
*Group Learning - Unlimited # of participants for one low fee
*Archive Sessions - Archived materials are available for 1 year to train new staff - AND STILL EARN CEUs!

Pricing for Individual Sessions

Early Bird (more than 30 days in advance) - $79.00

Regular (month of live event) - $99.00

Late (30 days after or later) - $125.00

Looking to register for all 12 webinars at the best discount? Contact us!

Contact the NSH Office, 443-535-4060 or histo@nsh.org.

Registration Fees

Price Description Amount
Early -March 2022 NSH Lab Webinar $79.00
Early -March 2022 NSH Lab Webinar $79.00
Late -March 2022 NSH Lab Webinar $125.00
Late -March 2022 NSH Lab Webinar $125.00
Reg -March 2022 NSH Lab Webinar $99.00
Reg -March 2022 NSH Lab Webinar $99.00

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How Does It Work?

What do I need to participate?
You will need a computer with speakers and an internet connection to view the presentation. NSH uses Zoom to facilitate it's webinar program. All sessions will take place at 1:00pm EST.

Do Sessions Qualify for Continuing Education?
Session attendees receive one (1) CEU for participation in a webinar. A live recording of the webinar will be sent appoximately one week of the live webinar and a CEU can be earned by watching it within 1 year of the live air date.

How are the webinars selected?
The NSH Laboratory Webinar Program is curated by a committee of volunteers with subject area expertise and are working in the field. Using their knowledge and topic requests from our audience they curate a balanced program. If you are interested in serving on the program team, or have a topic that you wish to present for the 2023 series please contact connie@nsh.org.

Thank you to the 2022 Laboratory Webinar Program Team:
Paule Cham, MS, Associate Scientist, Janssen R&D
Heather Deutsch, MS, Senior Associate Scientist, Janssen R&D
Brandon Ward, BS, HTL(ASCP)QIHC, Histology Education Coordinator, ACL Laboratories

Travel Info

No travel needed. NSH webinars can be streamed from your lab or office anywhere in the world!