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National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria Museum Techniques and Plastination Workshop

The National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria announces a 5 day Museum TEchniques and Plastination Workshop designed for: Anatomists, Science Laboratory Technologists, Medical Museum Curators, Medical Laboratory Scientists in Histopathology, Doctors in Histopathology and other persons who intend to pursue a career in any of the above fields. 

Date: Monday 21st – Friday 25th, August 2017. 

Time 8:OOam-5:OOpm Daily 

Venue: Multipurpose Hall, National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, ljanikin, Lagos. 


Mode: Non-Residential 

MODE OF PAYMENT: Applicants are to pay through the Remits payment platform and note the Remits Retrieval Referral (RRR) number generated for payment purpose in line with the Federal Government Treasury Single Accounts (TSA). Visit the College website for details on payment for NPMCN services HERE. 


Ethical issues in tissue specimen preservation and handling, methods of specimen and tissue preservation, (Medical Museum Techniques), history of plastination, types and specimen for plastination, S10, 53 and S6 plastination techniques including Hands-on practical and use of appliances, problems/troubleshooting. 

Certificates will be issued to participants at the end of the workshop 

Participants are to come with their lab coats


Prof. A.A.F. Banjo FMCPath 

Prof. Olusegun 0Jo FMCPath 

Prof. O. A. Atoyebl FMCS 

Course Coordinator Chairman, LRC College Registrar 

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