Registration for this meeting is now open and will close on 14th October 2013. Requests to attend will not be accepted after 14th October 2013.
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The Royal College of Pathologists have awarded 10 CPD credits for full attendance at this meeting.
· Foster inter-disciplinary approaches to address cardiovascular risk assessment.
· Improve understanding of the respective disciplines.
· Increase awareness of new technologies.
· Pathologists, toxicologists and safety pharmacologists working in small and large pharma and in CROs
· Clinical pharmacologists working in Drug Safety and Clinical Development
· Academic researchers working on cardiovascular toxicity
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As part of the continuing Modular Education Programme in Toxicological Pathology the BSTP are organising a module in Cambridge on the Urinary System from Monday 1st to Friday 5th July 2013.
This module will be open to both members and non-members of the BSTP and we are pleased to advise that in response to requests from the membership a day delegate rate is provided.
The main aim of the educational modules is to provide a comprehensive basic education in the field of toxicological pathology. The BSTP believes it is possible to acquire the basis of a comprehensive education in toxicological pathology by attending all 14 Modules in the series. The series of Modules covers the basic aspects of toxicological pathology as well as specific information for each organ system.
Module 12 will focus on the urinary system, looking at renal physiology and endocrinology, in-vivo imaging and animal models of diseases, spontaneous and induced non-proliferative lesions of the kidney in rodents and non-rodents, lesions of the bladder, including structure, spontaneous and induced changes, human urinary tract pathology and drug development, safety pharmacology of the urinary system, biomarkers of injury – including blood, urine and urinary mRNAs.
The Modules are intended for participants who have had formal undergraduate training in pathology and are actively working in the field.
Some of the content of the Modules will also be new to pathologists who have been working for many years and experienced pathologists can also benefit from an update.
Non-toxicological pathologists with an interest in histology, pathology or toxicology of the urinary system may also benefit from this module.
The Royal College of Pathologists have awarded 23 CPD credits for full attendance at this module.
Registration is limited, but is open to members and non-members of the society; to ensure attendance on the module, early registration is encouraged.
Registration for this module will open on 5th April 2013 and close on 10th June 2013. The early registration fee deadline is 17th May 2013. Requests to attend will not be accepted after 10th June 2013.
Full module registration fee includes all scientific sessions, module booklet, CPD/attendance certificate, refreshments during breaks and a light lunch and the Course Dinner at a prestigious Cambridge College.
Day delegate registration includes all scientific sessions on the day booked, module booklet, CPD/attendance certificate, refreshments during breaks and a light lunch.
Upon receipt of your completed registration form you will be sent additional details including a tax invoice/receipt and travel/accommodation information. Registration will only be valid on receipt of payment.
All requests for cancellations to bookings must be received in writing by 10th June 2013. Refund requests received up to 1st June 2013 will incur a 25% processing fee. Refund requests received after 1st June 2013 will not be processed. Those who cancel after 10th June 2013 and have not paid will be invoiced for the full amount.
Substitutions can be made at any time up to 10th June 2013.
The module will be held in Cambridge, detailed travel and accommodation information will be sent to those who register for this module.
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STP Modular Education Series Inaugural Course: Neuropathology
STP is offering the inaugural course in the Modular Education Series which will focus on Neuropathology July 21-24, at the Chauncey Conference Center in Princeton, NJ. The first course is planned in partnership with the British Society of Toxicological Pathology (BSTP) and with help from the STP Special Interest Group in Neuropathology (SIGN).
The BSTP has offered a Modular Education Series for many years offering two to three courses a year focusing on specific organ systems. In bringing these modular courses to the United States, the STP will offer these same opportunities to pathologists who might not otherwise be able to attend those offered by the BSTP.
These courses will include both didactic lectures and practical data and slide review sessions. Microscopic evaluation of histologic sections will be done using whole-slide digital pathology images and practical evaluation/interpretation of toxicologic pathology data will be emphasized.
The deadline for early registration is April 20.
Society of Toxicologic Pathology Headquarters
1821 Michael Faraday Drive, Suite 300
Reston, VA 20190
Fax: (703) 438-3113
Toxicological Pathology is the journal of the BSTP. Members can choose to have a paper copy of the journal at a discounted rate subsidised by the society, subscribing members also have access the online archive of the journal. Rules for authors and instructions for manuscript submission can be found here.