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STP 40th Annual Symposium: Call for Abstracts & Student Awards

By Tierre Miller posted 03-15-2021 16:44

  

Call for Abstracts and Student Awards  


Join your colleagues and friends at the STP 40th Annual Symposium, a Virtual Event to be held June 28–30, 2021. The theme for the 2021 Annual Symposium is "Toxicologic Pathology Relevant to Pediatric Populations" and promises to be another dynamic meeting with excellent scientific sessions, career development and continuing education courses, and many networking opportunities provided in a user-friendly virtual platform. In addition to the outstanding scientific program, numerous special events are scheduled.  You are encouraged to visit the Annual Symposium website to review the preliminary information and complete your registration as soon as possible to take advantage of the reduced early-bird registration rates.

Call for Abstracts 

Abstract Submission Deadline: April 15

Abstracts must fit within the scope of the Society, whose mission is to be an international leader for improvement of human, animal, and environmental health using an interdisciplinary scientific approach based in pathology and toxicology. All meeting attendees are encouraged to submit a poster for the meeting.

Contents of the poster presentations should pertain in some way to the field of toxicologic pathology but are not limited to “classic” toxicity studies/issues technologies. Naturally occurring toxicities (including poisonous plants), in any species, as well as spontaneous and infectious diseases of species used in toxicity studies, are welcome, as are mechanistic in vitro and molecularly-oriented studies. Studies in alternative species such as fish are also encouraged. See How to Write an Abstract for STP Poster Sessions for more information. 

The deadline for submission is April 15 by 5:00 pm ET.




STP Young Investigator Awards

Abstract and Application Deadline: April 15 

STP Young Investigator Awards (1st, $750; 2nd, $500; 3rd, $250) are also presented at the STP meeting for the top three student poster abstracts. When you submit an abstract online, please check the appropriate box to indicate your interest in applying for the Young Investigator Award. Applicants will receive instructions about the selection process and poster judging times via email in April.

Submit an abstract online
 describing your original work involving clinical or experimental research that relates to experimental or toxicologic pathology.

· STP Young Investigator Award Judging Criteria
· Poster Guidelines


STP Environmental Toxicologic Pathology SIG Student Research Award 

Application Deadline: April 15

The Environmental Toxicologic Pathology Special Interest Group (ETP-SIG) Student Research Award recognizes a student for their achievements and contribution to environmental toxicologic pathology via research presented at the STP Annual Symposium. The contribution should enhance the ETP-SIG’s mission which is to support the advancement of scientific investigation into the health effects of environmental stressors that may impact humans or animals.

Undergraduate, veterinary and graduate students, as well as residents and postdoctoral fellows may apply. The award recipient will receive The Fundamental of Toxicologic Pathology 3rd Edition at the 2021 Annual Symposium and will be recognized at the ETP-SIG meeting.

To apply, in addition to submitting a first author poster abstract online for the STP Annual Symposium, please submit the following documents:

    • Letter of recommendation from mentor/advisor including student’s role in the work
    • Statement of career goals
    • Current curriculum vitae.

The successful candidate will be expected to attend the STP annual meeting to present the poster.

Applications should be emailed to the STP HQ by 5:00 pm EST on April 15, 2021, with the subject “ETP-SIG Student Research Award”. Applicants should also check the appropriate box when submitting their abstract online.

We look forward to greeting you at our first ever Virtual Annual Symposium!



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