Published: 17 October 2019
Category: Future Meetings
Future Meetings

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

The European Society of Toxicologic Pathology (ESTP), jointly with the European Society of Veterinary Pathology (ESVP) and the European College of Veterinary Pathologists (ECVP), has the privilege to invite you at the 4th Cutting Edge Pathology Congress, which will be held at Campus Luigi Einaudi in Turin (Italy) from Wednesday August 26th to Saturday 29th 2020.

This joint meeting, organized every 3 years, will be an ideal and stimulating opportunity to meet a large number or veterinary and toxicologic pathologists from different fields of expertise and specialization. As well, it will be a unique chance for junior/future pathologists and other professionals to get in touch with many experienced scientists and internationally known experts.

A Scientific Committee, comprising both nationally and internationally recognized experts, is responsible for the preparation of the scientific program. There will be joint keynote lectures, as well as parallel ESTP and ESVP/ECVP sessions. The topics of the ESTP part will be Biomarkers and Organ Toxicity. focused on the development and use of biomarkers in the process or preclinical development of new medicines, associated organ toxicity and the relevance/translatability of biomarkers to man. The scientific program will also include INHAND sessions, additional highly relevant topics of interest for toxicologic pathologists, as well as interactive case presentations and poster sessions.

The ESVP/ ECVP part will include interactive workshops, educational sessions and dynamic presentations of scientific results. There will also be a trade exhibition where books, new equipment and techniques, services of contract laboratories and much more will be presented. Further information and details on the scientific program, abstract submission, congress registration and sponsorship will be soon available on the ESTP, ESVP and ECVP homepages.

As capital city of the Piemonte region, Turin is the 4th largest Italian city representing an important business and cultural center in Northern Italy. Located on the riverbank of Po close to the Alps. Turin has a rich cultural and historical background and is well known for its Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neo-classical and Art Nouveau architecture. Many or Turin's public squares, castles. gardens and elegant "palazzi", such as Palazzo Madama, were built between the 16th and 18th centuries. In addition. the city is home to the Egyptian Museum, ranking second only to Cairo, and to the Mole Antonelliana . Turin used to be a major European political center. From 1563, it was the capital of the Duchy or Savoy, then of the Kingdom of Sardinia ruled by the Royal House of Savoy and the first capital of the unified Italy from 1861 to 1865.

Turin is easy to reach either by plane or express train. The congress venue Campus Luigi Einaudi is located in the town centre.

For all participants, the social program will include a welcome reception and congress dinner.

On behalf of the Scientific and Local Organizing committees, we are pleased to welcome you in Turin for the 4th Cutting Edge Pathology Congress.

We look forward to your participation.

 

Raffaella CAPOBIANCO and Pierluigi FANT, co-chairs of the ESTP Scientific Organizing Committee
Bartolomeo BIOLATTI and Enrico BOLLO, co-chairs of the Local Organizing Committee
Jerome ABADIE, chair of the ECVP/ESVP Scientific Committee


 Quick look at the invitational flyer 

Last Updated: 17 October 2019