The 2019 RTP Rodent Pathology Symposium will focus on the following areas:
Natural Diseases of Rodents
Medical Device Pathology in Rodent Models
Nanoparticle-related Pathology in Rodent Models
Toxicology for Pathologists
Emerging Topics in Clinical Pathology
The symposium showcases focused scientific sessions presented by local experts in the fields of toxicologic pathology, toxicology and laboratory animal medicine, while also welcoming invited national and international speakers from outside the Research Triangle. It is designed to provide important information to pathologists, toxicologists, biologists, pathologists-in-training, veterinary students, graduate students and research fellows regarding current and emerging topics in rodent pathology. The Rodent Pathology Symposium is open to all interested members of the research community.
The focus areas of the previous eight symposia were:
Current Topics in Rodent Pathology (2017)
Endocrine Pathology (2014)
Urinary Pathology (2012)
Hepatobiliary Pathology (2010)
Cardiopulmonary Pathology (2006)
Reproductive Pathology (2002)
Each symposium has drawn approximately 100-150 attendees.
The programming offers 17 hours of Continuing Veterinary Medical Education credit.