CES 2 – Liver

Continuing Education Symposium 2:  Liver University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK Tuesday 9th – Thursday 11th July 2019 REGISTRATION FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM HAS NOW CLOSED Continuing Education Symposium Objective: The aim of the Continuing Education Symposium is to provide an interactive environment to enhance your knowledge in the field of toxicological, discovery, clinical, experimental or veterinary pathology.  The Continuing Education Symposiums are designed to refresh participants’ knowledge and understanding of core principles, as well as discuss any important recent advances. Continuing Education Symposium Description: The British Society of Toxicological Pathology offers Continuing Education Symposiums focusing on specific organ systems.  This Continuing Education Symposium will provide an intermediate level symposium on the Liver covering both theory and practical classes including INHAND, rodent and non-rodent liver pathology and risk assessment as well as reviewing challenges with current research models. The format will include presentations, case histories and active participation of delegates. The Continuing Education Symposium will be of 3 days duration and the programme will be arranged such that each individual day can be attended as stand-alone CPD if desired. Who should attend: The Continuing Education Symposium programme is intended for toxicological, experimental and discovery pathologists (and other scientists working with animal models), clinical pathologists and toxicologists as well as non-clinical regulatory scientists. The aim is to make the content relevant to both those who have been working for a number of years and who feel they can benefit from an update (as well as contributing their experience to the group discussions that will take place) as well as those who are in the early stages of their careers. Opportunities for Early Career Pathologists – 2019: The deadline for applications for CES 2:  Liver was Sunday 12th May 2019, with the bursary now awarded. Continuing Education Symposium Location: The Symposium will be held in Cambridge, detailed travel and accommodation information will be available to those who register for this event.  Continuing Professional Development:  Approximately 17.5 hours of educational activity will be recorded on Attendance Certificates Approved by the Royal Society of Biology for the purposes of CPD, this event may be counted as approximately 52.5 credits