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05.07.22 - 14.07.22

CES6, organised by BSTP, focuses on the male reproductive system

The symposium will be held over two weeks - on the afternoons of Tuesday 5th, Wednesday 6th, Thursday 7th, Tuesday 12th, Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th July 2022, from 13.00 - 16.30/17.00 (GMT+1, London/UCT+1) each day.

This Continuing Education Symposium will give attendees the opportunity to learn about species differences in the male reproductive tract, spermatogenesis and how to stage the spermatogenic cycle in rats, staging other species and species difference in testicular anatomy and histology, issues for consideration in regulatory toxicity studies, tumours of the male reproductive system, and pathology and toxicology of the male reproductive system in fish.  The event will also have practical sessions on staging, identifying different responses to injury, background pathology and sexual maturity, and the evaluation of data and slides from case studies. Delegates will have direct access to international key speakers and exposure to a wide variety of case studies.


The Continuing Education Symposium programme is intended for toxicological and discovery pathologists (and other scientists working with animal models), clinical pathologists and toxicologists including non-clinical regulatory scientists. As well as providing CPD for experienced members of the profession, the symposium is open to students/residents and those at the start of their pathology career.  The aim is to make the content relevant to both those who have been working for a number of years and who feel they can benefit from an update (as well as contributing their experience to the group discussions that will take place) and those who are in the early stages of their careers.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

This event has been approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD and can be counted as 53 CPD points.

Further information and booking

For more information, including a registration form and event fees, visit the British Society of Toxicological Pathology event page. Please be advised that the programme timings, lecture titles and speakers may be subject to change.


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