SPS/STP Northeast Regional Meeting: Form Follows Function
IMPORTANT: If you plan on attending the Meeting, you MUST register online prior to May 5 in order to receive security clearance to the facility.
The Safety Pharmacology Society (SPS) and the Society of Toxicologic Patholoy (STP) invite you to attend the Northeast Regional Meeting entitled Form Follows Function in Boston, MA on Friday May 12, 2017. This joint regional meeting of SPS and STP is being held at Vertex Pharmaceuticals in the beautiful seaport district of Boston. The program will feature speakers from the region presenting on “Form Follows Function” related topics; designed to meet the interests of a wide range of attendees.
Regional Meeting Goals:
- Showcase the science of safety pharmacology across Pharma and Academic institutions
- Highlight scientific advances in the field brought about from collaborations with partner lines (i.e. Investigative Toxicology, Investigative Pathology, Academia, and much more)
- Enrich the scientific educational experiences among junior scientists and students working in the field or related field
- Invite colleagues to SPS and STP membership and the benefits participation in our societies provide
Posters: We encourage attendees to bring posters, including those that may have been presented at previous SPS and STP meetings. Poster dimensions are 32" x 40". To submit a poster for presentation, please contact Donald Hodges. The deadline to submit a poster abstract is April 21, 2017.
Vendors: We wish the thank the following vendors for their participation at the Regional Meeting.
- Data Sciences International
- emka TECHNOLOGIES
Organizers: Donald Hodges, Alfred Botchway, Alan Bass, Alison Easter, Andrew Sonderfan, Basel Assaf, Duncan Armstrong, Malar Pannirselvam, Martin Traebert, Michelle Brignac, Simon Authier, Tiffini Brabham, Amy Kim, Binod Jacob, and Tom Steinbach.
Location: Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Boston, MA
Date: Friday, May 12, 2017
Registration Time: 7:00 AM–8:00 AM
Meeting Time: 8:00 AM–4:30 PM
Registration is free: however you must register online to reserve your spot at the meeting prior to May 5. Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Should the event fill to capacity, a waitlist will be created.