Journal of Histotechnology Call for Manuscripts

Join in educating others by publishing in the Journal of Histotechnology. JOH is calling for manuscripts from clinical and research disciplines. Some suggested topics to interest our readers are: the exciting multiplexing technology, pathology imaging, diagnostic case histories, immunostaining, molecular biology, biomaterials, emerging infectious diseases, the ever popular new or modified staining methods, calcified and undecalcified bone, management, instrumentation or choose your own topic. Review articles are reader favorites. A Rapid Review Communications (RRC), the shorter version of a research paper, can quickly publish methods from your laboratory. Technical notes are a wonderful way to publish a modified staining method, improved tissue grossing methods, or troubleshooting any aspect of our work. Symposium/convention posters are easily expanded into an RRC, a technical note or research paper. Don’t forget to include photographs and references. Go to the JOH Editorial Manager (http://www.editorialmanager.com/his/default.aspx) and read Instructions for Authors before submitting your manuscript. For assistance with writing a paper, JOH has people to help you. For any questions, contact Gayle Callis, JOH Interim Editor in Chief at gayle.callis@bresnan.net, or JOH@nsh.org.