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Andrew Lisowski

M.S., HTL (ASCP)

Andrew Lisowski has almost 30 years of experience in histology and histotechnology. He attended veterinary school and earned his master’s degree in molecular biology. Andrew worked in histology, IHC and ISH labs, cell culture lab, performed in-vitro and in-vivo toxicology assays and was a member of a necropsy team. He worked for pharmaceutical companies, medical school and founded his own molecular and histology firms. Currently, Andrew is the Senior Technical Applications Manager at Leica Biosystems providing global technical support and training.

Published Pieces by Andrew Lisowski

Webinars (Knowledge Pathway)

In this webinar, Andrew Lisowski explains the fundamentals of H&E, or Routine Staining as it’s often termed.

Webinars (Knowledge Pathway)

One of the most critical steps in histology is fixation, especially when it comes to fatty tissue.

Training Resources (Knowledge Pathway)

H&E staining is often termed as “routine staining” as it is the most common way of coloring otherwise transparent tissue specimen. Download this training resource to learn more about the fundamentals of H&E staining.

Training Resources (Knowledge Pathway)

Download this training resource to learn more about the fundamentals of tissue processing and its preceding steps.

Webinars (Knowledge Pathway)

Andrew will explain how glass is made and how we change its surface, so it is not inert.He will also review the common factors contributing to specimen loss and describe the benefits and dangers of the adhesives currently used. These modifications dictate the...

Training Resources (Knowledge Pathway)

Download this training resource to learn more about routine staining with hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) and the steps involved with the staining process.

Training Resources (Knowledge Pathway)

Download this training resource to learn more about tissue processing and the steps required to take animal or human tissue from fixation to the state of complete infiltration with a histological paraffin.