The ESTP Executive Committee and the organizers of the 9th ESTP International Expert Workshop are very pleased to announce the interactive webinar:
|Assessment of the Biological/Toxicological Relevance of Clinical Pathology Changes
|On Tuesday, 05th April 1:00 – 5:00 pm (CEST) and
Wednesday, 06th April, 2022, 1:00 – 5:00 pm (CEST)
We will present the results of the above workshop, in which a panel of 26 clinical and anatomic toxicologic pathologists have met in 12 preparatory teleconferences since March 2021, have shared their work experience and practical examples, in order to:
- discuss the challenges of assigning relevance (biological/toxicological) to test item-related clinical pathology findings and develop criteria for doing so;
Within this context:
- provide guidance for the establishment and use of comparators for clinical pathology analytes, as a help to distinguish minor test item-related from unrelated findings.
The webinar will include short presentations, expert discussion sessions and Q&A sessions involving the audience.
- The fee is 75 € for the entire webinar (two half days), including access to the audio-recording of the event for a period of 4 weeks following the live webinar.
- Places are limited to 300, and registration will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.
- Post-graduate students with financial constraints who wish to participate in order to develop their expertise in this area may contact the organizers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Please register and pay in advance via the ESTP homepage by clicking on the following link, and latest until 28th March, 2022, for this meeting.
After registration on the ESTP website, you will receive a confirmatory email with your registration number and payment details. The link to the workshop will be sent after receipt of your payment and registration deadline. If you have not received such an email, please check your spam folder or get in touch with us (email@example.com)
The final program and list of workshop experts have been added for download.
The workshop organizers
Monika Keresztes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gabriele Pohlmeyer-Esch (email@example.com)
Lindsay Tomlinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)