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STP Annual Symposium

Date Topic Location
June 22–26, 2014 33rd STP Annual Symposium
“Translational Pathology: Relevance of Toxicologic Pathology to Human Health”
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel Washington, DC
Future STP Annual Meetings

 

STP and Jointly Sponsored Regional Meetings, Courses

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View Past Modular Course Agenda

Date Topic Location
April 23, 2014 National Capital Region Seminar

The Toxicology 21 and the 21st Century Toxicologic Pathologist will be the theme of a one-day regional meeting at MedImmune in Gaithersburg, Maryland. This isn't your backyard variety toxicity testing anymore! The meeting will feature eight cutting-edge topics and dynamic speakers to present them.

Meeting Agenda

Online Registration

Please Note: Registration fee of $25 includes breakfast and a boxed lunch. Registrations after Friday, April 18 will not include lunch, due to ordering deadlines.

Webinars

The morning presentations by Dr. Ray Tice titled “Tox21: A U.S. Federal Collaboration to Improve the Human Hazard Characterization of Chemicals” and “Using Unsupervised Pattern Analysis to Hypothesize Chemical Effects In Biological Systems” by Dr. Scott Auerbach will be offered via a webinar hosted by the STP. Webinar Registration

 

MedImmune Gaithersburg, Maryland
May 9, 2014 2014 Boston Area Pharmaceutical Toxicology Group Spring Meeting

Juvenile Studies: State of the Art and Practice in Safety Assessment to Support Pediatric Drug Development
Hosted by Eisai, Inc and Constellation Pharmaceuticals

This meeting is a free all day event with a focus on toxicity assessments in juvenile animals to support pediatric drug development. The presentation by George Parker, DVM, PhD, DACVP, DABT, titled “Pathology Challenges of Juvenile Toxicity Studies” at 2:30 pm eastern time will be offered via a webinar hosted by the STP. If you are not on the BAPTG mailing list and wish to attend the meeting in Andover, please contact Lisa Mashino.

Webinar Registration

Eisai Campus, Andover, Massachusetts
May 12–14, 2014 Pathology for Nonpathologists

This joint ACT/STP course, held every other year, will be held at BioReliance in 2014. The lectures are given by highly respected pathologists with current, relevant experience in toxicologic pathology. Lectures will cover anatomy and physiology, spontaneous and chemically-induced pathological changes, clinical pathology and case examples. The knowledge gained will be immediately applicable to your day-to-day practices. Different organs or systems are featured in subsequent courses.

Course Flyer

Registration Fees

  By March 21 March 22–May 9
ACT/STP Member $1195 $1295
Nonmember $1395 $1495
Government $1195 $1295

Online Registration
Registration Form

 

BioReliance, Rockville, Maryland

Other Meetings

Date Topic Location
April 28–May 9, 2014 Advanced Principles of Toxicology

Explore current and developing research in human health, environmental toxicology and risk assessment with this two-week course on Advanced Principles of Toxicology. Review traditional toxicology and best practices in environmental and human health toxicology, processes used to interpret toxicological data, and techniques and procedures to perform human health and ecotoxicological risk assessments.

For more information, visit the website or contact info@OpenEd.uoguelph.ca or 519-767-5000.

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
May 16, 2014 French Society of Toxicologic Pathology Annual Meeting

The French Society of Toxicologic Pathology (SFPT) will have their annual meeting in May, about Biopharmaceutical Products and Alternative Therapeutics—Update and Perspectives. All details are available on the SFPT website.

Lyon, France
June 28–July 2, 2014 Teratology Society 54th Annual Meeting

Abstract Deadline February 15

The theme of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Teratology Society is “Pushing the Boundaries of Birth Defects Research” which will highlight the latest scientific information and technology in birth defects and developmental disabilities research. The meeting will also feature special programs for the next generation of birth defects researchers including a workshop on building a career in developmental toxicology and a NEW Student Innovative Design Competition for improving prenatal development and child health. This competition invites bioengineering students and other students to imagine novel solutions to technical problems in the broad field of teratology—encompassing anything from a new measurement technique for exposure to environmental contaminants during pregnancy to a wireless method for assessing fetal health. Symposia topics include early prenatal diagnosis of birth defects, testicular dysgenesis syndrome, epigenetics, and thrombosis during pregnancy. The interdisciplinary nature of the Society provides unique opportunities to look broadly at these complex issues. The 54th Annual Meeting of the Teratology Society will be held June 28–July 2, 2014, in Bellevue, Washington located on the eastside of Seattle. For more information, visit the Teratology Society Annual Meeting website.

Eastside of Seattle Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Bellevue, Washington, USA
July 9–12, 2014 BSTP Module 1—Toxicology and Pathology

Email: BSTP Secretariat for further information or visit the BSTP website. Flyer

Cambridge, United Kingdom
September 13–17, 2014 Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society 45th Annual Meeting

This year’s theme is “Integrating Environmental, Genomic, and Health Research.” The meeting will provide a forum for the latest research on DNA damage and repair, mechanisms of mutagenesis, epigenetic regulation, and their contributions to environmentally–induced human disease. In addition, current regulatory issues and risk assessment strategies will be discussed. EMGS is unique in that it provides a platform for the cross-disciplinary integration of basic and applied sciences that provide an understanding of the impact of genetic toxicity on human populations. The goals of this meeting are to 1) build on our past contributions to the field of environmental and molecular mutagenesis and DNA repair and more fully understand the role of epigenetics in these basic mechanisms; 2) integrate applied genetic toxicology with basic research in DNA damage and repair, toxicogenomics, and epigenetics; 3) determine how emerging technologies can lead to a better understanding of environmentally-induced genetic disease; 4) have these data serve as a foundation for human risk assessment for disease and disease prevention; and 5) aid in the support of knowledge-based regulation to protect public health and the environment. This is a meeting not to be missed. For additional information, visit the EMGS 2014 Annual Meeting website.

Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista, in Orlando, Florida, USA
September 21–23, 2014 Seventh RTP Rodent Pathology Course

On behalf of the Research Triangle Park (RTP) area veterinary pathology community, we are pleased to announce the Seventh RTP Rodent Pathology Course, focusing on Endocrine Pathology, to be held at the Embassy Suites Raleigh-Durham Airport/Brier Creek (Address: 8001 Arco Corporate Drive, Raleigh, NC 27617). Our first six courses, on reproductive pathology, neuropathology, cardiopulmonary pathology, immunopathology, hepatobiliary pathology, and urinary pathology respectively, were overwhelming successes.

The course is designed to provide valuable information about current topics and techniques in rodent pathology and toxicology to investigative and diagnostic pathologists, trainees, as well as other involved and interested colleagues in the scientific community. The sessions are didactic and cover basic and advanced techniques in handling and interpreting tissues, special techniques for diagnostics and a review of diseases of the rodent Endocrine system. The program will feature experts, many from RTP, presenting on various contemporary subjects in pathology of the endocrine system featuring over 20 presentations covering state-of-the-art rodent endocrine system pathology and research as well as an interactive case presentation workshop.

Keynote Presentation: “Endocrine Pathology of Calcium Regulating Hormones: From Metabolism to Bone Metastasis”
Thomas J. Rosol, DVM, PhD, DACVP
Professor of Veterinary Biosciences
Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine

The course is being managed by the North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Office of Continuing Education and Outreach. The contact person at the NCSU CVM Office of Continuing Education and Outreach is Dane Johnston. Dane can be reached by phone at 919-513-6366, by fax at 919-513-6689, or by email.

Embassy Suites
Raleigh-Durham Airport/
Brier Creek, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
October 19–22, 2014 SPS 14th Annual Meeting

More meeting information will come soon.

Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC, USA
November 13–14, 2014 Rational Selection of the Non-Rodent Species: Toxicology, Pathology, and Relevance to Man

The 29th Annual Meeting of the British Society of Toxicological Pathology (BSTP) held jointly with the Association of Comparative Clinical Pathology (ACCP) and the Minipig Research Forum (MRF)

Email: BSTP Secretariat for further information or visit the BSTP website.

The Alderley Park Conference Centre, Macclesfield, United Kingdom
December 10–12, 2014 BSTP Module 2—Carcinogenesis

Email: BSTP Secretariat for further information or visit the BSTP website. Flyer

Cambridge, United Kingdom
March 2015 BSTP Module 3—Liver

Email: BSTP Secretariat for further information or visit the BSTP website.

Cambridge, United Kingdom
September 2015 Joint ESTP/BSTP Meeting

Email: BSTP Secretariat for further information or visit the BSTP website.

University of Surrey, United Kingdom
December 2015 BSTP Module 4—Respiratory System

Email: BSTP Secretariat for further information or visit the BSTP website.

Cambridge, United Kingdom