The 34th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Society of Toxicological Pathology (BSTP)
held jointly with the British Toxicology Society (BTS)
EPIGENETICS IN TOXICOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY
Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th November 2019
Hilton Newcastle and Gateshead Hotel, Bottle Bank, Gateshead, UK
Call for abstracts - the deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended and will now close at midnight on Sunday 13th October 2019.
But why should you submit an abstract at all? Good question. Here are five reasons why you definitely should not miss this opportunity.
- Make a difference - By sharing your work, you increase the knowledge of professionals in the fields of toxicology and pathology attending the conference.
- Advance your career - Become well-known in the field by increasing exposure for your latest findings. Submitting an abstract and holding a talk has many advantages for your scientific career: You get to improve your presentation skills and showcase your hard work at an amazing conference with your peers. Furthermore, you have the chance to advance your career by receiving useful feedback.
- Take it from local to global - Take the next step from local research towards international collaboration. This is a great opportunity to hear what other people are working on, identify potential collaborators, and keep up-to-date.
- Expand your international network - By discussing your findings with other leading experts from around the world you get to expand your international network. This is your chance to disseminate your research ideas and advertise yourself. Discussions following a talk can lead to future collaborations, and giving the right talk at the right time can lead to many exciting opportunities.
- Be awarded - Become one of the recipients of the Best Abstract Award for presenting an outstanding abstract. As a winner, you will receive a voucher worth £100, this is also a great addition to your CV helping you stand out among other potential job candidates.
We cannot wait to find out more about your work and research.
For more information, visit: http://www.bstp.org.uk/events/34th-annual-scientific-meeting-agm-held-jointly-with-the-bts/