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Program 13 September 2022

07.30-08.00 | Registration IATP Symposium

08.00-08.05 | Opening Remarks
08.05-08.45 | Overview of Alzheimer's Disease | Keynote TBD
08.45-09.30 | Novel Alzheimer’s Disease therapies and approaches to cross the Blood Brain Barrier | Kerstin Hahn & Vanessa Schumacher, Roche Innovation, Basel

09.30-10.00 | COFFEE BREAK

10.00-10.45 | Translational Models for Alzheimer’s Disease | Donna Wilcock, University of Kentucky, USA
10.45-11.30 | Gene-Environment Interactions and Alzheimer’s Disease | Caleb Finch, USC, USA
11.30-11.55 | Panel Discussion | All Speakers
11.55 – 12.00 | Closing Remarks 


12.15-13.15 | Registration ESTP Congress 

13.15-13.25 | Welcome | ESTP Chairman

13.25-13.30 | Introduction Session 1: General Histopathology
Chairs: Anna-Lena Frisk & Paul Howroyd
13.30-14.15 | Methodology in toxicologic pathology (Best Practice Histology, recognizing and recording normal immaturity, cycle stages, senescence) and spontaneous non-neoplastic pathology of the female reproductive tract in non-clinical species | Justin Vidal
14.15-14.45 | Comparative Aspects of Placental Histology | Sydney Mukaratirwa 
14.45-15.30 | Patterns of toxicity in the female reproductive tract | Justin Vidal

15.30-16.00  | COFFEE BREAK - POSTERS

16.00-16.05 | Introduction Session 2: Extended One generation studies
Chairs: Eveline de Rijk & Claudine Tremblay
16.05-16.50 | The design, conduct and rationale for Extended One-Generation Reproductive Toxicity studies | Manon Beekhuijzen
16.50-17.20 | Normal histology of the female reproductive tract in DART and EOGRT studies | Paul Howroyd

17.20-17.30 | General Discussion & Questions on the Female tract | Justin Vidal, Manon Beekhuijzen, Paul Howroyd, Sydney Mukaratirwa

19.00-21.00 | WELCOME RECEPTION