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FASEB announces new client: The Histochemical Society
Date:9/15/2011

Bethesda, MD The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) announced today the signing of its newest client, the Histochemical Society (HCS). The executive leadership has retained FASEB to provide association management services to include general management support, membership marketing, recruitment, and retention, as well as a website redesign project. The Executive Director of HCS, William Stahl, PhD commented, "HCS is pleased to have FASEB's assistance with managing the society and our membership. We expect our partnership to provide additional benefits to our members and to the growth of our society."

As part of its services, FASEB will process all membership services for HCS while working with the Executive Director to engage and grow its current membership and prospective members. Additionally, FASEB will redesign and relaunch http://histochemicalsociety.org later this year. Jennifer Pesanelli, FASEB's Deputy Executive Director of Business Development shares Dr. Stahl's enthusiasm, "Our client services group is thrilled to support the growth strategies of HCS. We look forward to helping them enhance their society and expand their audience."

The HCS was founded in 1950 and consists of approximately 300 professional members including international representation. In terms of mission, The HCS is a scientific society dedicated to the development and application of new technologies in molecular pathology and cell biology and to the education of scientists in the use of these technologies to investigate normal and diseased cells and tissues.


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Contact: Stefan Bradham
sbradham@faseb.org
301-634-7213
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
Source:Eurekalert

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