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10.07.18 - 12.07.18
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

This event is organised by the British Society of Toxicological Pathology

Registration for this symposium will open in February/March 2018.

CPD benefits both you as an individual in helping you to achieve your career aspirations, your employer and the tox path community as a whole by ensuring it has competent professionals performing the work.

Although some companies may have a structured development scheme, for the large majority of people working in toxicologic and experimental pathology, their development is for the most part up to them.

Proactively embracing the self-management of your CPD has many benefits:

  • Shows your commitment to your self development, your career and to the wider tox path community
  • Enables you to evaluate your learning and recognise its real value
  • Enables you to recognise your knowledge gaps and helps you to address these
  • Enables you to plan and achieve your career goals
  • CPD is an indicator of professionalism
  • Allows you to up-skill and engage in innovate solutions
  • Enables you to enhance your employability

This symposium will provide an in-depth coverage of the musculoskeletal system, skin and mammary gland pathology.

This is an intermediate level symposium covering an overview of bone and joint biology; INHAND nomenclature covering bone and joints, skeletal muscle, skin and mammary gland; bone and joint pathology in rodents and non-rodents; animal models of jiont disease; the role of inflammation in tendon disease; animal models of muscular dystrophy, pathology of skeletal muscle in rodents and non-rodents; skin pathology in rodents and non-rodents; dermal studies; mammary gland pathology in rodents and non-rodents.

There will also be workshops/case presentations on bones and joints, muscles, and skin and mammary system problems which will form an important part of the symposium.


For further details about this 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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