Histology Guide virtual histology laboratory

Stanley L. Erlandsen

1941 - 2005

Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 1967

Stan was internationally recognized for research on the intestinal parasite Giardia, and for electron microscopy expertise. His collaborations triggered seminal contributions in microbiology, leukocyte and platelet biology. Stan loved interacting with medical students.

Electron microscopy, immunocytochemistry, giardiasis, interaction of intestinal microbes with the intestinal mucosa, and high resolution imaging of cell surfaces (adhesion molecules) using cryofixation
and cryoSEM.


Many of the electron micrographs were collected for pubication in the Color Atlas of Histology by Stanley L. Erlandsen and Jean E. Magney (Moseby-Year Book, Inc., 1992).