Basic and Advanced Stereology Mentoring
from the Experts on Biological Stereology
Every year SRC Biosciences provides expert stereology mentoring to dozens of international bioscientists focused on stereology applications to biological tissue.
Dr. Mouton’s training emphasizes several critical areas:
Theory and practical aspects of unbiased (design-based) stereology.
Study designs for accurate and high throughput data collection
Tissue processing for optimal results (fixation, embedding, sectioning, staining, etc.).
Efficient use of all types of computerized stereology systems.
Peer-review considerations for publications and funding proposals.
Stereology Training by Peter R. Mouton, Ph.D., Professor of Stereology, Department of Pathology & Cell Biology, Colleges of Medicine and Engineering, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa FL.
Dr. Mouton is a bioscientists and histologists with more than two decades of practical experience, over 80 publications, and extensive experience as peer reviewer for scientific journals and funding agencies.
- 1994-2000: Faculty (Instructor/Asst. Professor), Pathology Department, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.
- 2001-2011: Official U.S. representative of the International Society for Stereology.
- 1996-2010: Director, Stereology Research, Gerontology Research Center, NIA/NIH, Baltimore, MD.
- 1996-present: Chief Scientific Officer of SRC Biosciences, Tampa-St.Petersburg, FL and Baltimore MD-Wash, DC.
He has trained more than 3000 bioscientists through one-on-one stereology mentoring, workshop at scientific conferences, and on-site training courses at academic medical centers, government agencies and private industry.
Mentoring services offered internationally from SRC Bioscience locations in