BTS ANNUAL CONGRESS 2020

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Voco®St David’s, Cardiff | 20th – 22nd April 2020

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The three day programme is packed with numerous sessions covering all aspects of toxicology for the Toxicologist, Safety Scientist, and Healthcare Professional. The conference brings together individuals from academia, industry, the NHS, regulatory science, and governmental agencies with a shared interest, enthusiasm and passion for the science and practice of toxicology. It offers a great opportunity to meet and network with colleagues, industry representatives, and peers across the spectrum of experience and interests within the field.

BTS Congress 2020 – Programme

Programme summary:

PLENARY SPEAKER: Professor Michael Skinner, Washington State University
BTS PATON PRIZE LECTURE: Professor Brian Lake
MID CAREER INVESTIGATOR PRIZE LECTURE: tbc
HOT TOPIC LECTURE: Dr Stephanie Bopp, European Commission

CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME: Chemicals in the environment
SYMPOSIUM TOPICS:
Symposium 1: Evolution of risk assessment for lung toxicity
Symposium 2: Application of big data and systems toxicology to drug and chemical safety evaluation’
Symposium 3: In silico Toxicology: What works and what doesn’t?
Symposium 4: Collaborating to increase confidence in the application of non-animal approaches
Symposium 5: Predictability of in vitro methodologies for toxicology
Symposium 6: Experimental data and uncertainty modelling
Symposium 7: Chemical weapons: Approach with caution
Symposium 8: The impact of air pollution upon human health
PLUS:
Study Director/Monitor workshops
Workshop discussions
Roundtable discussions
Short oral communications
Posters

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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS – CLOSED

Abstract submissions are now closed and currently being reviewed.

Authors will be notified shortly after the deadline as to whether their submitted abstract has been accepted for presentation.


BURSARY APPLICATIONS – APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

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

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