STP 2020 Membership Renewal Notice

Dear Fellow STP Member,

On behalf of the Executive Committee of the Society of Toxicologic Pathology, I would like to extend our thanks to you for being a member. We highly value your membership and your participation in STP!

The 2019 STP Annual Symposium, “Environmental Toxicologic Pathology and One Health”, held in Raleigh, North Carolina, providing a stimulating scientific program and posters as well as a wonderful opportunity to connect with colleagues, students, and exhibitors. In addition to the educational opportunities, the meeting also provided for ample social networking and access to cutting-edge technologies and poster presentations on display in our Exhibit Hall, and enabled productive face-to-face meetings of our many working committees and special interest groups. Following such a success, I trust that you are already making plans to join us at the STP 39th Annual Symposium on Toxicologic Pathology of the Hematopoietic System on June 13-18, 2020, in Summerlin, Nevada.

In planning ahead for 2020, I invite you to take some time to renew your membership in STP now. Please see all the relevant annual dues information below with instructions on how you may conveniently do so online. While you are indicating your preferences online, we also ask that you take a minute to complete or update your STP membership demographic information. This will greatly help the STP in better identifying member needs and interests in the future as we continue to add educational programs, modular courses, regional meetings and more in addition to the annual symposium for all members to participate in. Thank you in advance for doing so.

2020 STP Annual Dues
Full or Associate—$210 with online-only journal access; add-on charge for print journal subscription is $35.
Student—$25 with online-only journal access; add-on charge for print journal subscription is $35.
Emeritus—No dues charged (includes online-only journal access); add-on charge for print journal subscription is $70.

Online renewal:
You are encouraged to renew your STP membership for 2020 online.  Simply login to the renewal page with your email address (which is the same email address that was used to send you this notice) and your STP Member ID/Password. Continue to the second page where you will be able to add the optional print subscription and/or donations and proceed until completed. Select the reset password link if you need to reset your password.

Student members:
Per the STP Bylaws, “both the initial application and subsequent renewal of student membership must be accompanied by a communication, either electronic or hardcopy, from the student’s supervisor or advisor to verify eligibility for continued student membership.” You may submit your student verification via email to STP Headquarters. If you no longer meet the student membership requirements, it's imperative that you update your membership type. Login here to complete the quick application.


Emeritus members: Any Full Member who has retired may be designated an Emeritus member by the Executive Committee at the member’s request. Application for Emeritus status will include a statement that the member is fully retired and is not engaged for profit in toxicology or toxicologic pathology, including full-time or part-time professional consultation. It is incumbent upon members designated Emeritus to inform the Society if he or she resumes income producing work in the field of toxicology or toxicologic pathology. Should that occur, the member would revert to Full Member status, with requisite dues and privileges. If you need to update your membership type, login here to complete the quick application.

Please also consider making a donation to the STP Funds along with your dues renewal.

The Daniel Morton and Laura Dill Morton Scholarship Fund , having been established in 2016 and first awarded in 2017, greatly supporting student/trainee education and training in toxicologic pathology via a scholarship program set up in perpetuity; the Journal Fund supporting journal activities including the Best Paper Awards, page budget, and publication and distribution of INHAND Supplements; the Student Education Fund enhancing education and training of students in toxicologic pathology; the Member Education Fund supporting regional meetings, webinars, and online education for all members; the Unrestricted Fund giving the Society flexibility to support multiple strategic goals throughout the year, including the annual meeting.

If you are unable to renew your dues online or prefer to pay by a different method, you may select the "Print invoice to fax or mail with payment" link on the online renewal page. Alternatively, contact STP Headquarters to request a printable invoice that can be mailed or faxed.

By renewing today, you’ll ensure that your subscription to Toxicologic Pathology and other member benefits continue without interruption. As our journal publisher requires a 2020 mailing list at the beginning of December 2019; we will automatically renew journal subscriptions for all members who have paid 2020 STP membership dues by December 1, 2019. Should you have any questions regarding your membership, please contact the STP Headquarters at or (703) 438-7508.

Thank you again,

Kevin S. McDorman, DVM, PhD, DACVP
STP President 2019-2020

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