Soft tissue tumors are a broad group of neoplasms that involve the connective tissue of the body. Each year, over 13,000 people in the US are diagnosed with soft tissue sarcomas and over 5,000 people succumb to the malignancy. Because soft tissue sarcomas are very ambiguous and amorphous, many time sarcomas are classified as an uncertain type. Advances in immunohistochemistry as well as the utility of novel markers such as TFE3, TLE1, MyoD1, and MUC4 have aided pathologists in classifying these soft tissue tumors. This discussion will cover the key facts and statistics about soft tissue tumors and what role IHC plays in these difficult diagnoses.
OEM Sales Manager
Jeff Gordon is the OEM Sales Manager for Tissue Diagnostics. He has a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from the University of Arkansas. In his over 17 years in the diagnostic Immunohistochemistry industry, he has served as a technical consultant managing territories covering most of the United States and Canada, as International Sales Manager, and as the Director of Sales and Marketing for Cell Marque before transitioning to OEM Sales Manager for us. His roles have involved sales, marketing, customer care/complaint handling, and product development. He has given over 60 IHC-related workshops and webinars at a local, state, national, and international level.
Research and disease areas
Clinical testing and diagnostics manufacturing
Presented:June 29, 2019