2023 Annual Symposium - The Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP)
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2023 STP Annual Symposium

General Information


Toxicologic Pathology of the Hepatobiliary System

Scientific Co-Chairs: Arun K. Pandiri, BVSc&AH, MS, PhD, DACVP, DABT, NIEHS, Research Triangle Park, NC; John M. Cullen, VMD, PhD, DACVP, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; and Robert R. Maronpot, DVM, MS, MPH, NIEHS, Maronpot Consulting, LLC, Raleigh, NC

Continuing Education Chair: Maria L. Dagli, DVM, MS, PhD, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

Continuing Education Co-Chair: Melanie Greeley, DVM, PhD, DACVP, Charles River Laboratories, Ashland, OH

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Sunday, June 25

CE Courses  (Half Day)

  • CE1 (AM): Development of Gene Therapies for Ocular Indications: From Concepts to Risk Assessment
  • CE2 (PM): Toxicologic Neuropathology of Novel Therapeutics

Division of Translational Toxicology (DTT) Satellite Symposium: Pathology Potpourri (AM)

Career Development Workshop (PM): Communicate to Advocate: Utilizing Power Skills for All Stages of Your Career

Exhibits and Poster Sessions Open & Welcome Reception (PM)

Monday, June 26

Symposium Welcome and Keynote: Human with Comorbidities—A Susceptible Population for Drug-Induced Liver Injury

Session 1 (AM): Considerations to Evaluate Toxicities in the Hepatic and Biliary System

Exhibits and Poster Sessions Open

Career Development Roundtable: Advocacy from Above: Tools for Managers to Empower Others

Session 2 (PM): Translational Relevance of Rodent Models to Predict Human Liver Disease

Annual Business Meeting and Town Hall: The Use of Digital Pathology for Peer Review

Tuesday, June 27

Keynote: The State of the Science—Application of Microphysiological Systems to Identify Hepatobiliary Toxicities

Session 3 (AM): Experimental Model Systems to Understand Toxicity and Carcinogenicity in the Liver

Exhibits and Poster Sessions Open

Session 4 (PM): Toxicogenomics Approaches to Address Toxicity and Carcinogenicity in the Liver

Wednesday, June 28

Session 5 (AM): Hepatic Biomarkers and Clinical Pathology

Exhibits and Poster Sessions Open

Session 6 (PM): Classic Diagnostic Dilemmas and Case Studies on the Toxicologic Pathology of the Liver and Biliary System

Awards and Recognition Ceremony

President’s Reception

Meeting Materials

Meeting publications, including the final Program, handouts, attendee list, evaluation forms, committees, interest groups, and ancillary meeting schedules, will be posted on the Meeting Materials page when available.

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Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities

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Annual Symposium Code of Conduct

STP is committed to providing a welcoming and professional environment for all event participants. All participants, including but not limited to attendees, speakers, volunteers, service providers, and STP staff members are expected to abide by this Annual Symposium Code of Conduct. STP will promptly and thoroughly investigate reports of non-compliance with the Annual Symposium Code of Conduct and, should a violation be found to have occurred, reserves the right to rescind the registration and participation in the Annual Symposium of any participant found to have violated this code.

  • Attendees of the Annual Symposium must abide by STP's Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy and Privacy Policy
  • All STP events and materials are for viewing and use by the registrant only.
  • The recording of any education sessions, presentations, demos, videos, messaging, polls, or related content in any format is strictly prohibited. This includes screen shots or copying any virtual activity.
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Child Attendance Policy

Child Attendance Policy

Photography, Videotaping, Recording Policies

Photography of poster presentations is prohibited without the specific consent of the presenter(s)/author(s). Photography of exhibitor booths and/or equipment is prohibited without the specific consent of the exhibitor. Photography, videotaping, or recording of Scientific Sessions or CE Courses is not permitted.

Cancellation Policy

If you must cancel your registration, a request must be received in writing to STP Headquarters no later than May 15, 2023. The registration fee will be refunded less a $50 processing fee.


STP wishes to thank its Corporate Sponsors for their generous support of the Society and its activities, which include all events and scientific sessions at the Annual Symposium. Their donations make it possible for STP to continue to offer high quality science at an affordable fee.

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