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Pathology Shared Resource (PSR)

Borwell Building 510W, 546W, 581W, and WTRB 4th floor
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH 03756
(603) 650-6821

Pricing information and sample submission

Leadership

Gregory J. Tsongalis, PhD, HCLD

Gregory J. Tsongalis, PhD, HCLD
Director
Professor of Pathology
Director, Clinical Genomics and Advanced Technology (CGAT)
Gregory.J.Tsongalis@Dartmouth.edu
Board certified in Molecular Diagnostics

Responsible for:

  • Experimental planning and implementation support
  • Daily operations
  • Instrument acquisition
  • External clinical trials, evaluations and funding resources
  • Total quality management (PT testing, accreditation/inspection)

Wendy A. Wells, MD, MSc

Wendy A. Wells, MD, MSc
Faculty Co-Director
Professor and Chair, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (CAP-accredited and CLIA-certified), DHMC-Director
Wendy.A.Wells@Hitchcock.org
Board certified in surgical and cyto-pathology with specialist expertise in breast cancer.

Responsible for oversight and quality control management of:

  • Histology, including special stains
  • Immunohistochemistry
  • Tissue Microarray (TMA) creation
  • Quantitative image processing and analysis
  • Tissue procurement, complex protocols

Staff

  • Amber Erskine – Program coordinator
  • Rebecca O’Meara – Histotechnologist
  • David Beck – Histotechnologist
  • Scott Palisoul – Histotechnologist
  • Torrey Gallagher – Institutional Biorepository Coordinator

Pathology services

Animal studies

  • Tissue processing/block creation
    • Histology
    • Unstained section
    • Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E)
  • Stained section
    • Special stains

Human studies

  • Tissue processing/block creation:
    • Histology
    • Unstained section
    • Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E)
  • Stained section
    • Special stains
  • Tissue Procurement
    • Fresh Tissue, customized (protocol-based)
    • Tissue Bank Retrieval (fresh frozen)
  • Immunohistochemistry
    • Routine Antibodies
    • Testing of Antibodies (protocol-based)
    • Antibody purchase
  • Quantitative image processing and analysis (protocol-based)
  • Tissue Microarrays creation and use (protocol-based)
    • Standard
    • Customized
  • Clinical Genomics: molecular diagnostic test development and validation, SNP genotyping, gene expression, miRNA expression (protocol-based)
    • Next Generation sequencing
    • Clinical Pathology Laboratory testing (protocol-based)
    • Apheresis Collection (protocol-based)

Clinical trial studies

  • Tissue processing (protocol-based)
  • Histology (protocol-based)
  • Molecular biomarker testing (protocol-based)

Administrative requests (handling)

  • Off-site block and/or slide retrieval
  • LIS review (protocol-based)
  • CIS review (protocol-based)

Drop off

Drop-off site is available 24/7 in the histology lab in the Borwell Building on Level 4, as long as refrigeration is not needed. If sample need to be refrigerated please contact program coordinator and set up a time, during business hours, to deliver samples.

Sample requirements

Samples for routine histology must be in cassettes and placed in a container with 10% formalin, Samples requiring alternative handling must be discussed/scheduled with the program coordinator.

Data interpreation help if applicable

The PSR Core personnel are available to assist with data review. Please contact the program coordinator to schedule a meeting date/time.

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