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Information on the following Continuing Education Symposiums will be available on the BSTP website as and when the information becomes available, in the meantime, if you have any queries or would like to reserve a provisional place, please contact the BSTP Secretariat – bstpoffice@aol.com


CES 8: Digestive system

Tuesday 21st – Thursday 23rd March 2017

Registration for this symposium is now open!

For further information, please visit: 

http://www.bstp.org.uk/events/bstp-ces-8-digestive-system/

  BSTP CES 8 - Information and Programme (1.0 MiB, 241 hits)

This symposium will provide an in-depth coverage of digestive system pathology. This is an intermediate level symposium covering INHAND nomenclature for the gastrointestinal tract; immunological responses of the gastrointestinal tract; spontaneous pathology and infectious disease of the gastrointestinal tract in laboratory rodents and rabbits; spontaneous pathology and infectious disease of the gastrointestinal tract in dogs, minipigs and primates; histology, physiology and pathology of the teeth; .  Other topics likely to be covered include regeneration and repair mechanisms, intestinal inflammation and carcinogenesis, cancer models and mechanisms of toxic injury.  There will also be workshops/case presentations on how you address gastrointestinal tract problems which will form an important part of the symposium.

The BSTP is able to offer a free place to one individual on the next symposium – CES 8:  Digestive System which is due to take place in Cambridge on 21st – 23rd March 2017.

  BSTP CES 8 - Opportunities for Trainees (353.7 KiB, 247 hits)

Please feel free to publicise this information within your organisation so that all potential applicants working in toxicological, veterinary or experimental pathology are aware of this funding opportunity?  The deadline for applications is Sunday 19th February 2017.

In accordance with suggestions received, priority will be given to applications from individuals working within an “early career” environment, for example, stipendiary students/researchers studying/working within a relevant scientific field, veterinary pathology residents and professional trainee pathologists working towards a professional qualification or gaining more experience within the field of toxicological pathology.

Detailed information on other funding opportunities available from the BSTP can be found at http://www.bstp.org.uk/funding-opportunities/


BTS Congress

3rd – 5th April 2017

Hilton Hotel, Liverpool City Centre, Liverpool

BSTP Symposium on Endocrine Disrupters


CES 9: Cardiovascular system

Tuesday 18th – Thursday 20th July 2017 

Cambridge


BSTP Annual Scientific Meeting

November 2017


CES 10: Endocrine system

Tuesday 5th – Thursday 7th December 2017 

Cambridge


CES 11: Lymphoid & haemopoietic systems

March 2018

Cambridge


Joint ACT/STP/BSTP

Pathology for Non-Pathologists – Europe

Summer 2018


CES 12: Musculoskeletal, mammary and skin

July 2018

Cambridge


Mouse Models of Disease

December 2018

Cambridge


CES 1:  Toxicology & Pathology

March 2019

Cambridge