BTS ANNUAL CONGRESS 2018

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Hilton Newcastle Gateshead | 16th – 18th April 2018

Programme Highlights – Click on the Symposium for more session information

  • Plenary Speaker – Ms Syril Petit – ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute, Washington DC, USA
  • CEP – Continuing Education Programme – Immuno-oncology – safety assessment strategies
  • Symposium 1– Liver disease and environmental causes of liver disease
  • Symposium 2 – Inhalation toxicity and lung pathology (BTS/BSTP session)
  • Symposium 3 – Advanced in vitro models for inhalation toxicity testing (BTS/IVTS session)
  • Symposium 4 – Ageing, Frailty and Multi-morbidity: medical challenges, current interventions, future solutions
  • Symposium 5 – Redox and oxidative stress
  • Symposium 6 – Stem cells and toxicology testing  (BTS/RSC session)
  • Paton Prize winner – to be announced
  • Hot Topic – Immuno-oncology toxicology
  • Early Career Presentations
  • Doctoral Student Presentations
  • Posters

Congress Registration and Abstract Submission now OPEN

REGISTRATION OPEN

The Annual Congress registration is live with considerable ‘Early Bird’ discounts available to those who commit to their attendance early.

A full list of the registration fees can be found BTS Annual Congress 2018 Registration Fees

Please use the link below to register for the conference.

DEADLINE FOR EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION:
TUESDAY 20th FEBRUARY 2018 


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

We invite authors to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations at the Annual Congress 2018.
Abstract submissions have been increasing over recent years in number and quality, and so we would encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.
Authors will be notified shortly after deadline as to whether their submitted abstract has been accepted for presentation.

Please use the link below to register for the conference.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION:
WEDNESDAY 1st FEBRUARY 2018


BURSARY APPLICATIONS

The BTS will be awarding bursaries for both Early Career Researchers and those currently working for their PhD or other relevant post-graduate degree.

Early Career Bursary: Up to four Early Career Bursaries are available for Early Career Researchers who are within 3 years of having attained their PhD or relevant further post-graduate degree.
Download Application Form

Pre-Doctoral Student Bursary: Up to ten student bursaries are available for those undertaking their PhD or other relevant post-graduate degree.
Download Application Form

For full details on the awards and bursaries, including how to apply, please CLICK HERE

Apply now and don’t miss out!

DEADLINE FOR BURSARY APPLICATIONS:
TUESDAY 30th JANUARY 2018 


EARLY CAREER INVESTIGATOR PRIZE

This award is made in recognition of leading contributions to toxicology by Early Career Investigators (within 10 years of PhD). Nominations are considered by the Scientific Sub-Committee and ratified by the Executive Committee.

Please click HERE to download information about nominations for the 2018 prize.

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS:
THURSDAY 30th NOVEMBER 2017