At CAP-ACP 2016:


Join us on Sunday July 10 for our lunch symposium on:
VENTANA HE 600 system: The Medical Perspective on Individual Slide Staining


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When: Sunday, July 10 at 1130-1230

Where: Plaza C Room


We all understand the importance of the H&E stain. Learn about the four most important staining features of the VENTANA HE 600 system and why its staining method is so unique. Hear how we listened to pathologists from around the world to develop a robust H&E stain, that will provide enhanced medical value to your lab.


Speaker: Dr. Erin S. Marner, M.D.

Erin Marner is a graduate of The George Washington University School of Medicine. After completing a transitional internship at the Naval Medical Center San Diego, she served for four years as a Naval Medical Officer providing primary care for the U.S. Marine Corps. She completed her pathology residency at University of Arizona and is board certified in AP/CP. She also completed a Surgical Pathology fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis after which she stayed on as faculty in the Department of Pathology and Immunology, serving as Medical Director of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital. She has been a Staff Pathologist at Roche/Ventana Medical Systems for the past 1.5 years and is involved in projects in the areas of primary staining, companion diagnostics, advanced staining, and research & development.

Visit Our Booth:

We will be showcasing the VENTANA HE 600 system.

The future of H&E staining is here with the VENTANA HE 600 system

Designed to automate the H&E staining process from tissue drying through coverslipping, the VENTANA HE 600 system detects slides by barcode scanning to dispense fresh reagents on every slide to eliminate risk of tissue cross contamination. It uses lean methodology with consolidated touch points and an intuitive operating system to improve workflow and has a maximum throughput of 200 slides per hour. All reagents are ready to use, recyclable, color-coded and individually numbered with RFID technology for easy management and error prevention. No alcohol, xylene, or DI water is used in the staining process, preventing harmful chemical exposure to lab technicians.


Roche Diagnostics Canada is the market leader in its sector and offers a uniquely broad product portfolio and innovative solutions to physicians, patients, laboratories, hospitals and researchers in the fields of molecular biology, point of care, pathology, clinical chemistry, immunology and life science.


Julie Fortier

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