European Society of Toxicologic Pathology (ESTP)
1986-11-28 Frankfurt-Main Germany FR
Founded 28 Nov 1986, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR), as Gesellschaft für Toxikologische Pathologie. Present name adopted 2002. Current constitution adopted 23 Sep 2015, Guildford (UK).
Protect man against harmful effects that may result from intended use of active ingredients or additives, or which may be due to toxins at the workplace or in the environment; support scientific interests of toxicologic pathology; aid in research of spontaneous and toxic changes which manifest themselves morphologically; further promote importance of toxicologic pathology as an independent, specialized area.
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