The Society for
Histochemistry is an international association of scientists which was
founded in 1952.
Membership of the Society is open to scientists of all countries. The
Society organizes annual scientific symposia, sponsors the
Robert-Feulgen Lecture and awards the Robert-Feulgen Prize. The activities of the
Society are connected with
histochemistry and all related fields, especially cell and tissue biology, molecular biology,
pathology, anatomy, and
official journal of the Society is Histochemistry
and Cell Biology.
For more information please see "The Society".
new applications (only internal access)
12 February 2015
The 24th Wilhelm Bernhard Workshop on the Cell Nucleus, which will be held in Vienna from August 17th to August 22nd 2015 will host the 57th Symposium of the Society for Histochemistry. As the scientific focus of the Society for Histochemistry is based on the functional morphology of normal and aberrant cells and tissues, this will be a valuable extension of the scope of the meeting.
Register and submit your abstract
5 February 2015
Newsletter of the International Federation of Societies for Histochemistry and Cytochemistry
16 January 2015
|12 November 2014
Feulgen Prize for the year 2015
The Society invites
applications for the Robert Feulgen Prize for the year 2015. Addressed
are scientists working in microscopical sciences (in the widest sense)
as well as in biochemistry, cell biology, endocrinology, in situ
molecular techniques, and neurosciences. Scientists in their mid-career
are encouraged to apply.
should contain a short curriculum vitae, a 1,000 word summary of the
contributions of the applicant and PDF reprints of the pertinent
Full description of conditions
should be submitted before 31 January 2015 via the electronic
29 April 2014
Feulgen Prize for the year 2014
The Society of
Histochemistry congratulates Tom Misteli,
PhD from the National Cancer Institute, USA to the Robert Feulgen Prize for the year 2014.
|29 April 2014
56th Symposium of the Society for Histochemistry
The SFH Symposium
in 2014 will be organized in the framework of the 18^th International Microscopy
Congress (IMC 2014). The Society is a scientific sponsor of the
Advances in immunohistochemistry and cytochemistry.
Date: 11 September 2014
Venue: Prague Congress Centre, the
Jürgen Roth, University
of Zurich, Switzerland & Luis Felipe
Jimenez-Garcia, Faculty of
Sciences, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Sui Huang, Northwestern
Toyoshi Fujimoto, Nagoya
Tom Misteli, National Cancer
Institute, USA - 2014 Robert Feulgen Prize Laureate
Ron Heeren, FOM Institute
AMOLF, Netherlands - Robert Feulgen Lecturer
Alberto Luini, Institute of
Protein Biochemistry, Italy - Histochemistry and Cell Biology Lecturer