CES 9: Digestive System
Virtual Continuing Education Symposium 9: Digestive System
20th – 29th February 2024
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
13.00 – 17.00 (GMT+0, London/UCT+0)
CES 9 will be held over two weeks – on the afternoons of Tuesday 20th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd, Tuesday 27th, Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th February 2024, from 13.00 – 17.00 (GMT+0, London/ UCT+0) each day.
Approved by the Royal Society of Biology for the purposes of CPD, this event may be counted as approximately 63 credits.
Approximately 21 hours of educational activity will be recorded on Attendance Certificates.
This CES will give you the opportunity to have an overview of the normal anatomy and physiology of the digestive system; repair and regeneration mechanisms; spontaneous lesions of the rodent, rabbit and non-human primate GI tract; toxicology and carcinogenesis of the exocrine pancreas; health monitoring of laboratory rodent colonies; pathology of infectious GI diseases of rodents, rabbits and non-human primates; anatomy, physiology, histology and pathology of the teeth. Other topics to be covered include spontaneous pathology and infectious disease in the canine and minipig digestive system; rodent models of inflammatory bowel disease; from biomarkers to AI; bioaccumulation of therapeutic drugs.
There will also be roundtable/share knowledge discussions and questions.
BSTP CES 9 - Programme (252.0 KiB, 189 hits)
BSTP CES 9 - Programme (252.0 KiB, 189 hits)
Please note that this symposium is being organised by Hg3 Conferences Ltd, who have been appointed by the Council of the BSTP to take over the administrative organisation of all BSTP events – firstname.lastname@example.org
FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES – 2024/2025
Criteria for the BSTP Trainee/Early Career Pathologist (TECP) – Reduced Registration Fees
The BSTP Trainee/Early Career Pathologist (TECP) reduced registration fee is aimed postgraduate MSc or doctoral students and veterinary pathology residents plus non-qualified (i.e. not board certified) early career researchers at a research institute utilising pathology (e.g. <2 years in post).
When registering for the symposium, you should submit the following:
- A letter from your supervisor/Head of Department confirming your status and brief CV must be provided during registration.
Email: HG3 Conferences Ltd– email@example.com
The BSTP are able to offer at least three free places on each of our Continuing Education Symposiums (CES).
Applications are welcomed from interested members and non-members of the BSTP with the awarding of funding will be at the discretion of the BSTP Council.
Priority will be given to individuals working within an “early career” environment, for example, postgraduate MSc or doctoral students working within a relevant scientific field, or veterinary pathology residents working towards a professional qualification and gaining more experience within the field of toxicological pathology.
In addition, if the successful candidate is not already a member of the BSTP, they will also receive a year’s free membership of BSTP.
The deadline for bursary applications for CES 9 has now closed.
When applying you should submit the following:
- A brief CV.
- A covering letter stating why this particular CES is of interest to you.
- A letter from your supervisor/Head of Department confirming that you are working within an “early career” environment.
The successful candidate will be expected to:
- Complete the registration process (after notification has been sent to the successful candidate(s) after the award has been made).
- Attend the whole symposium.
- Write a short article (approx 500 words) describing their own research, a brief overview of the symposium, or a description of how the symposium has contributed to your training/professional knowledge (this may appear in the BSTP Newsletter).
- If not already a member of the BSTP, complete and return the membership application form (sent to the successful candidate after the award has been made).
Completed applications should be sent directly to the BSTP Secretariat to allow for a decision to be made by the BSTP Council. Successful applicants will be notified by the BSTP Secretariat in good time to register for the symposium.
Email: BSTP Secretariat – firstname.lastname@example.org
The BSTP are happy for you to disseminate all information about this symposium to your colleagues within your group.
Date(s) - 20/02/2024 - 29/02/2024
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm