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20.03.18 - 22.03.18
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

This event is organised by the British Society of Toxicological Pathology

Registration for this symposium will open in December 2017.

There are so many great ways to learn and increase your CPD portfolio these days:

You can read books, listen to podcasts, watch how-to videos, attend webinars, take part in ‘in-house' training, just to name a few. Why bother with the time and expense of attending this BSTP event?

Here are 7 reasons why you should attend this conference organised by the BSTP:

  • Meet the speakers face to face and benefit from their experience
  • Networking opportunities with your peers
  • Learning in a new space to increase your knowledge on the subject matter
  • Break out of your comfort zone to learn something new
  • Invest in yourself to improve your employment opportunities
  • Increased knowledge will help when sitting examinations
  • The topics covered in these events are unlikely to be repeated

This symposium will provide an in-depth coverage of lymphoid and haematopoietic system pathology.

This is an intermediate level symposium covering haematology data interpretation; bone marrow cytology; flow cytometry and immunophenotyping in preclinical immunotoxicity studies; structure, function and histology (including enhanced histopathology) of the spleen, bone marrow, thymus, lymph nodes and MALT; spontaneous and induced pathology of the lymphoid system; development of the immune system; aging of the immune system; CAR T cells; morphologic and ICH criteria for diagnosing mouse neoplasms of the lympho-haematopoietic system; cancer immunology and immune checkpoint inhibitors; translating immunotox data; regulatory requirements; and study design.

There will also be workshops/case presentations on lymphoid and haematopoietic system problems which will form an important part of the symposium.


For further details about the event, please visit the BSTP website.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

This event is approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD and may be counted as 52.5 CPD credits.

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