The Histotech's Home Page . This page was created by Steven Slap and Peggy Wenk for their "Introduction to the Internet for Histotechs" workshops at the 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001 NSH national meetings. It has been designed to be used by Histotechs as a "portal" and the start-up page in their browser, and contains links to other sites of interest.
Histonet's Search engine and links for histology. Sometimes gives a 404 error.
This histology page by Barry Gormley and Roy C. Ellis of The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, South Australia is a gold mine of information on technique in histology. It has extensive information about microtome knife sharpening , stains and staining, and an excellent section on microscope theory. This is a very useful site for anyone interested in histology or microtomes.
This is Herman Meekes' collection of information gleaned from the Microscopy and Confocal list servers as well as from independent contributions. Much of the information is beyond the amateur’s scope but much of it is very useful to the amateur.
Veterinary, Industry, & Research Committee page that has many links on a wide range of subjects.
The University of North Carolina Pathology Department .
Ed Hayes's Pathology notes . An excellent page on human pathology that is extremely entertaining as well as informative. The more I read the more I like it. I will wager you spend some time on this one. The more morbid among you will find the autopsy notes of various famous people of interest.