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More events may be found on our sister organisation ESLAV’s website (https://www.eslav.org/events/).

Another great source for meeting and training information is the Norecopa calendar, which is led by an ECLAM Diplomate. Norecopa (National Consensus Platform for the advancement of the 3Rs) has a wealth of other information including a vast amount of information (10,000 pages) on laboratory animal science and medicine.

Oct
16
Sat
2021
National AALAS meeting
Oct 16 – Oct 21 all-day

https://www.aalas.org/national-meeting/general-information/future-meetings#.VsiRB5MrLOY

Nov
10
Wed
2021
Pathology of Mice with a Human Immune System (BSTP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting)
Nov 10 @ 12:00 – 16:00
Pathology of Mice with a Human Immune System (BSTP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting)

The 36th ASM will be held as a virtual event using Zoom on the afternoons of Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th and Friday 12th November 2021, from 13.00 – 17.00 (GMT+0/UCT+0) each day.

Immunodeficient mice reconstituted with a human immune system are increasingly used for modelling the human immune compartment in numerous preclinical applications, such as adoptive cell therapy and immuno-oncology studies. With the advent of new Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products, humanised mice are likely to become more and more a key component of efficacy and safety assessment in preclinical programmes, including GLP studies. However, limited information is available concerning the morphological aspects of human cell engraftment and the spectrum of spontaneous and experimentally-induced histopathological lesions occurring in these mice.

Working with the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland the meeting will cover the main features of the different humanised mouse platforms; their experimental applications in drug development, oncology and gene and cell therapies; specific safety and regulatory considerations; and future promise and remaining challenges. The aim is also to have separate sessions covering ‘mouse pathology’ and ‘humanised mice in preclinical studies: context and regulatory aspects’.

The Annual General Meeting of the BSTP will be held as a separate meeting later in November 2021 – details to be announced.

Sponsorship and Promotional Opportunities

We feel that by participating in this conference it would allow your company to showcase a range of products to a diverse group of scientists.  Please contact the BSTP at bstpoffice@aol.com more information.

Nov
11
Thu
2021
Pathology of Mice with a Human Immune System (BSTP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting)
Nov 11 @ 12:00 – 16:00
Pathology of Mice with a Human Immune System (BSTP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting)

The 36th ASM will be held as a virtual event using Zoom on the afternoons of Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th and Friday 12th November 2021, from 13.00 – 17.00 (GMT+0/UCT+0) each day.

Immunodeficient mice reconstituted with a human immune system are increasingly used for modelling the human immune compartment in numerous preclinical applications, such as adoptive cell therapy and immuno-oncology studies. With the advent of new Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products, humanised mice are likely to become more and more a key component of efficacy and safety assessment in preclinical programmes, including GLP studies. However, limited information is available concerning the morphological aspects of human cell engraftment and the spectrum of spontaneous and experimentally-induced histopathological lesions occurring in these mice.

Working with the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland the meeting will cover the main features of the different humanised mouse platforms; their experimental applications in drug development, oncology and gene and cell therapies; specific safety and regulatory considerations; and future promise and remaining challenges. The aim is also to have separate sessions covering ‘mouse pathology’ and ‘humanised mice in preclinical studies: context and regulatory aspects’.

The Annual General Meeting of the BSTP will be held as a separate meeting later in November 2021 – details to be announced.

Sponsorship and Promotional Opportunities

We feel that by participating in this conference it would allow your company to showcase a range of products to a diverse group of scientists.  Please contact the BSTP at bstpoffice@aol.com more information.

Nov
12
Fri
2021
Pathology of Mice with a Human Immune System (BSTP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting)
Nov 12 @ 12:00 – 16:00
Pathology of Mice with a Human Immune System (BSTP 36th Annual Scientific Meeting)

The 36th ASM will be held as a virtual event using Zoom on the afternoons of Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th and Friday 12th November 2021, from 13.00 – 17.00 (GMT+0/UCT+0) each day.

Immunodeficient mice reconstituted with a human immune system are increasingly used for modelling the human immune compartment in numerous preclinical applications, such as adoptive cell therapy and immuno-oncology studies. With the advent of new Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products, humanised mice are likely to become more and more a key component of efficacy and safety assessment in preclinical programmes, including GLP studies. However, limited information is available concerning the morphological aspects of human cell engraftment and the spectrum of spontaneous and experimentally-induced histopathological lesions occurring in these mice.

Working with the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland the meeting will cover the main features of the different humanised mouse platforms; their experimental applications in drug development, oncology and gene and cell therapies; specific safety and regulatory considerations; and future promise and remaining challenges. The aim is also to have separate sessions covering ‘mouse pathology’ and ‘humanised mice in preclinical studies: context and regulatory aspects’.

The Annual General Meeting of the BSTP will be held as a separate meeting later in November 2021 – details to be announced.

Sponsorship and Promotional Opportunities

We feel that by participating in this conference it would allow your company to showcase a range of products to a diverse group of scientists.  Please contact the BSTP at bstpoffice@aol.com more information.

Dec
1
Wed
2021
ESLAV-ECLAM Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting 2021
Dec 1 @ 12:45 – 16:00

ESLAV and ECLAM Annual Scientific Meeting

The Annual Scientific Meeting, to include the Annual General Meetings (AGMs) of both ESLAV and ECLAM, will be held online in 2021. Topics include:

  • Housing, husbandry, welfare, health and behavioural management in rodents and other species:
    • Managing aggression in male mice (Emma Robinson, University of Bristol, UK)
    • Aggression in male mice (Kathleen Pritchett-Corning, Harvard University, US)
    • Stereotypic behaviour and welfare (Georgia Mason, University of Guelph, Canada)
    • Enrichment and zebrafish welfare (Lynne Sneddon, Gothenburg, UK)
    • Outcome-based husbandry (Greg Vicino, San Diego Zoo, US)
  • Experimental surgery and peri-operative care
    • Do we need living animals for surgical training? (Catherine Vogt, University of Lyon, France)
    • Peri-operative care (Carsten Grøndahl, Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark)
    • Microsurgey (Alberto Ballestin, Institut Curie, France)
    • Peri-procedural refinements (Clair Hankenson, Michigan State University, US)
  • Welfare assessment: new technologies and digitalisation
    • Evidence-based severity assessment in the home cage (André Bleich, Hannover University, Germany)
    • Automated facial expression analysis (Katharina Hohlbaum, Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany)
    • Home-cage digitalisation (Fabrizio Scorrano, Novartis, Switzerland

Registration is free for ECLAM and ESLAV members, and €300 for non-members. Registration for non-members is limited to 50 people.

 

Dec
2
Thu
2021
ESLAV-ECLAM Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting 2021
Dec 2 @ 12:45 – 16:00

ESLAV and ECLAM Annual Scientific Meeting

The Annual Scientific Meeting, to include the Annual General Meetings (AGMs) of both ESLAV and ECLAM, will be held online in 2021. Topics include:

  • Housing, husbandry, welfare, health and behavioural management in rodents and other species:
    • Managing aggression in male mice (Emma Robinson, University of Bristol, UK)
    • Aggression in male mice (Kathleen Pritchett-Corning, Harvard University, US)
    • Stereotypic behaviour and welfare (Georgia Mason, University of Guelph, Canada)
    • Enrichment and zebrafish welfare (Lynne Sneddon, Gothenburg, UK)
    • Outcome-based husbandry (Greg Vicino, San Diego Zoo, US)
  • Experimental surgery and peri-operative care
    • Do we need living animals for surgical training? (Catherine Vogt, University of Lyon, France)
    • Peri-operative care (Carsten Grøndahl, Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark)
    • Microsurgey (Alberto Ballestin, Institut Curie, France)
    • Peri-procedural refinements (Clair Hankenson, Michigan State University, US)
  • Welfare assessment: new technologies and digitalisation
    • Evidence-based severity assessment in the home cage (André Bleich, Hannover University, Germany)
    • Automated facial expression analysis (Katharina Hohlbaum, Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany)
    • Home-cage digitalisation (Fabrizio Scorrano, Novartis, Switzerland

Registration is free for ECLAM and ESLAV members, and €300 for non-members. Registration for non-members is limited to 50 people.

 

Jan
1
Sat
2022
Diplomate annual fees due
Jan 1 all-day
Mar
8
Tue
2022
Female Reproductive System (BSTP continuing ed symposium 5)
Mar 8 @ 14:00 – Mar 17 @ 17:30

CES 5 will be held over two weeks – on the afternoons of Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th, Tuesday 15th, Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th March 2022, from 13.00 – 16.30 (GMT+0/UCT+0) each day.

Continuing Education Symposium Objective:

The aim of the Continuing Education Symposium is to provide an interactive environment to enhance your knowledge in the field of toxicological, discovery, clinical, experimental or veterinary pathology.  The series of Continuing Education Symposiums are designed to refresh participants’ knowledge and understanding of core principles, as well as discuss any important recent advances.  Future BSTP Continuing Education Symposiums will also focus on specific organ systems.

Continuing Education Symposium Description:

This Continuing Education Symposium will cover an overview of the female reproductive system in preclinical animal species.

The format will include presentations, case histories and active participation of delegates.

Who should attend:

The Continuing Education Symposium programme is intended for toxicological and discovery pathologists (and other scientists working with animal models), clinical pathologists and toxicologists as well as non-clinical regulatory scientists. The aim is to make the content relevant to both those who have been working for a number of years and who feel they can benefit from an update (as well as contributing their experience to the group discussions that will take place) as well as those who are in the early stages of their careers.

Registration fees are for full attendance (6 afternoons) and no discount will be given for part attendance.

Mar
9
Wed
2022
Female Reproductive System (BSTP continuing ed symposium 5)
Mar 9 @ 14:00 – Mar 18 @ 17:30

CES 5 will be held over two weeks – on the afternoons of Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th, Tuesday 15th, Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th March 2022, from 13.00 – 16.30 (GMT+0/UCT+0) each day.

Continuing Education Symposium Objective:

The aim of the Continuing Education Symposium is to provide an interactive environment to enhance your knowledge in the field of toxicological, discovery, clinical, experimental or veterinary pathology.  The series of Continuing Education Symposiums are designed to refresh participants’ knowledge and understanding of core principles, as well as discuss any important recent advances.  Future BSTP Continuing Education Symposiums will also focus on specific organ systems.

Continuing Education Symposium Description:

This Continuing Education Symposium will cover an overview of the female reproductive system in preclinical animal species.

The format will include presentations, case histories and active participation of delegates.

Who should attend:

The Continuing Education Symposium programme is intended for toxicological and discovery pathologists (and other scientists working with animal models), clinical pathologists and toxicologists as well as non-clinical regulatory scientists. The aim is to make the content relevant to both those who have been working for a number of years and who feel they can benefit from an update (as well as contributing their experience to the group discussions that will take place) as well as those who are in the early stages of their careers.

Registration fees are for full attendance (6 afternoons) and no discount will be given for part attendance.

Mar
10
Thu
2022
Female Reproductive System (BSTP continuing ed symposium 5)
Mar 10 @ 14:00 – Mar 19 @ 17:30

CES 5 will be held over two weeks – on the afternoons of Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th, Tuesday 15th, Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th March 2022, from 13.00 – 16.30 (GMT+0/UCT+0) each day.

Continuing Education Symposium Objective:

The aim of the Continuing Education Symposium is to provide an interactive environment to enhance your knowledge in the field of toxicological, discovery, clinical, experimental or veterinary pathology.  The series of Continuing Education Symposiums are designed to refresh participants’ knowledge and understanding of core principles, as well as discuss any important recent advances.  Future BSTP Continuing Education Symposiums will also focus on specific organ systems.

Continuing Education Symposium Description:

This Continuing Education Symposium will cover an overview of the female reproductive system in preclinical animal species.

The format will include presentations, case histories and active participation of delegates.

Who should attend:

The Continuing Education Symposium programme is intended for toxicological and discovery pathologists (and other scientists working with animal models), clinical pathologists and toxicologists as well as non-clinical regulatory scientists. The aim is to make the content relevant to both those who have been working for a number of years and who feel they can benefit from an update (as well as contributing their experience to the group discussions that will take place) as well as those who are in the early stages of their careers.

Registration fees are for full attendance (6 afternoons) and no discount will be given for part attendance.