The SRC’s training workshops and monthly webinars have been training bioscientists and neuroscientists in stereology for over two decades. With decades of learning, teaching and practicing the applications of unbiased stereology to biological sciences, the instructors know the material. They use it every day for their research projects and teaching courses.
Computerized Stereology Training
This training combine theoretical knowledge with instruction on computerized stereology systems running all brands of commercially available software. On-site stereology courses and remote monthly webinars provide a fast and inexpensive solution for “institutional amnesia,” a common scenario when personnel with stereology experience and training move to another position, thereby creating a vacuum for stereology expertise within an institution.
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Peter R. Mouton, Ph.D. Author/coauthor of 90+ peer-reviewed Stereology-related books and scientific articles, including:
Unbiased Stereology: A Concise Guide (2011, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore MD,USA). Hardcover, paperback, and e-book editions). “An excellent textbook for practical applications of the theoretically rigorous methods of state-of-art unbiased stereology.” Professor Arun M. Gokhale, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Principles And Practices Of Unbiased Stereology: An Introductions For Bioscientists (2002, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore MD, USA). This book is a valuable addition to the current literature on stereologic methods. Beginners will find it useful and easy to read. The text also offers an excellent support for stereology courses as it provides the reader with sufficient technical background without being overwhelming with mathematical details, and is designed for a ‘hands-on’ approach to learning stereologic methods, unlike other books on the subject. The author’s expertise is in neurobiology and neuropathology, but clearly this book is not targeting only ‘neurostereologists’; investigators from all domains of biology, as well as geologists, material scientists, and engineers, will benefit from reading and using it. Patrick R. Hof, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neurobiology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY