The official journal of the BSTP is Toxicologic Pathology
As a subscriber, you will receive access to 8 issues a year and you will be issued with a membership number and will be able to view and search issues back to 1999.
For those who want to subscribe to the journal through the BSTP, there are two methods of subscription:
Print and online access which will cost £100 in addition to the membership fee i.e. £150
You can subscribe to the journal with online access only at a cost of £55 in addition to the membership fee i.e. £105.
Existing STP members will receive their copy though the STP as usual.
To receive Toxicologic Pathology you need to tick the relevant box on the membership application or renewal form so that the subscription fee due can be adjusted accordingly. Please note that subscription will be valid for 1 year and no refunds are available if you cancel midterm.
Please note that, if you opt to receive Toxicologic Pathology, your contact details will be passed to the STP who will pass them to the publishers of the journal. Details of each issue will be sent to you direct from the publishers. Your positive response will indicate your permission for the Secretariat to release your contact details to these third parties.
Rules for authors and instructions for manuscript submission can be found here.
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Toxicologic Pathology is dedicated to the promotion of human health through the dissemination of knowledge, techniques, and guidelines to enhance the understanding and practice of toxicologic pathology. The journal publishes timely high-quality, original research articles that integrate the pathophysiologic effects of exposure to xenobiotics and other toxicants on organisms and organ systems. Articles include both pathology and toxicology and focus on morphological, functional, biochemical, and/or biomarker changes to better understand the pathophysiologic mechanisms of toxicants in vivo and in vitro.
Average time from submission to first decision: 33 days Among the topics in recent issues are
•Basic and Translational Research
•Drug Development for Pediatric Populations
•Drug-Induced Hematologic Toxicity
•Global Regulatory Perspectives
•High Throughput Pathology
•International Accreditation For Toxicologic Pathologists
•Neoplasia and Hyperplasia
•Use of Animal Models
Toxicologic Pathology also publishes timely in-depth current topic review papers, symposia papers, brief communications, best practice articles for scientific and regulatory processes, position papers on current regulatory issues, and fast-track articles.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).