Published: 08 October 2019
Category: Meetings
Meetings

EMERGENT EPIGENETIC THERAPIES
Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th November 2019
Hilton Newcastle and Gateshead Hotel, Bottle Bank, Gateshead, UK

Attendance at this meeting will aim to dramatically enhance both your professional and personal development, as well as providing you with information which is unlikely to be available within your organisation or online. 

5 key reasons as to why you should attend this meeting:

  • To network
  • To expand your knowledge and find solutions to problems
  • To present your ideas and work to others
  • For people to meet you
  • To learn beyond your field or interest

So, if you are you looking for some high quality CPD and would you like to broaden your understanding on epigenetics this is the meeting for you – some of the topics to be discussed are:

  • Getting up close and personal with epigenetics in health and disease (overview)
  • Environmentally induced epigenetic toxicity
  • Genomic imprinting, developmental programming and adverse effects of early life environments
  • Epigenetic modifications and cancer
  • Epigenetics and liver fibrosis
  • Roundtable discussion
  • Emergent epigenetic therapies and toxicity: Pathological landscape?

 

Registration is still open

Timings:  

Tuesday 19th November – Registration from 08.30 with the first talk starting at 09.45

Wednesday 20th November – Registration 08.30 with the first talk starting at 09.15

The first day of the meeting will conclude with the Annual General Meeting of the BSTP, followed by a drinks and canapé reception.

To register or for more information - CLICK HERE!

Approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD, this event may be counted as 36 credits


Submission of Abstracts for BSTP-BTS congress on Emergent Epigenetic Therapies

  • Abstracts should be submitted using the Online system
  • Abstracts should be no more than 500 words in total, to include references.
  • Abstracts will be printed in black and white.

The deadline for submission is Monday 30th September 2019, 4pm (UK time)

Bursaries

There are still bursary opportunities available for stipendiary students studying a relevant pathology or toxicology project, or pathology and/or toxicology residents/trainees/early career pathologists/toxicologists.  Applications to be submitted by 30th September to the BSTP President – Begonya Garcia -  for approval by a representative of the BSTP and BTS.  


Registration Fees

Registration

Full meeting registration fee

Day delegate registration fee

Before 13th Oct 2019

After 13th Oct 2019

Before 13th Oct 2019

After 13th Oct 2019

BSTP/BTS Member

£350.00

£440.00

£210.00

£265.00

Non-Member

£450.00

£560.00

£320.00

£400.00

Early Career Pathologist/ Toxicologist * see below

£200.00

£250.00

£140.00

£175.00

BSTP/BTS Student Member

£100.00

£125.00

£70.00

£87.50

*  Early Career Pathologist/Toxicologist you are required to provide written confirmation of your status from your Head of Department (on headed paper) when submitting your registration form.

 


 

Important Deadlines

  • Applications for the bursaries will close at midnight on Monday 30th September 2019
  • The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 4pm on Monday 30th September 2019
  • Early bird registration has been extended and will now close at midnight on Sunday 13th October 2019
  • Registration will close at midnight on Sunday 20th October 2019

This information is also available on the BSTP website - http://www.bstp.org.uk/events/34th-annual-scientific-meeting-agm-held-jointly-with-the-bts/

and on the BSTP group LinkedIn page or via the BTS website - https://www.thebts.org/

We hope to see you in November!

Regards

Sue

BSTP Secretariat

Last Updated: 08 October 2019