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Keith Stringer, MDStringer is a board certified pediatric and anatomic pathologist. His current research focus is the application of the techniques of modern morphology in assessing diseased tissues. His work with these techniques, such as immunofluorescence microscopy and in situ hybridization, have contributed to dozens of publications elucidating features of the pathogenesis of allergic, neoplastic, developmental and other disease processes.
Meredith Taylor, MSTaylor is the laboratory supervisor of the Department of Anatomic Pathology. She completed her BS in zoology / anthropology at Miami University in Oxford, OH, and her MS in biological sciences at the University of Cincinnati. She focuses on molecular techniques such as DNA plasmid preparation, in situ hybridization for mRNA and viral DNA, and immunohistochemistry.
Christopher WoodsWoods has eight years’ experience as an imaging specialist at Cincinnati Children’s. His photography, design and illustration skills have been utilized in the publication of many book chapters, posters and journal articles.
Histochemical stains, clockwise from left: Hematoxylin and Eosin, Pentachrome, Trichrome, Oil Red O
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