Proceedings of the 2014: National Toxicology Program Satellite Symposium
A Brief Overview of the 33rd Annual STP Symposium on the Translational Pathology: Relevance of Toxicologic Pathology to Human Health
Successful Integration of Nonclinical and Clinical Findings in Interpreting the Clinical Relevance of Rodent Neoplasia with a New Chemical Entity
Drug Development and Nonclinical to Clinical Translational Databases: Past and Current Efforts
Recent Successes in the Identification, Development, and Qualification of Translational Biomarkers: The Next Generation of Kidney Injury Biomarkers
The Future of Preclinical Animal Models in Pharmaceutical Discovery and Development: A Need to Bring In Cerebro to the In Vivo Discussions
Antisense Oligonucleotide Therapies: The Promise and the Challenges from a Toxicologic Pathologist's Perspective
Evaluation of Clinical Pathology Data: Correlating Changes with Other Study Data
Overview of the “Epigenetic End Points in Toxicologic Pathology and Relevance to Human Health” Session of the 2014 Society of Toxicologic Pathology Annual Symposium
Epigenomics and the Microbiota
Comparative Pathobiology of Environmentally Induced Lung Cancers in Humans and Rodents
Preclinical Biosafety Evaluation of Cell-based Therapies: Emerging Global Paradigms
Preclinical Study Design for Evaluation of Stem Cell-derived Cellular Therapy Products: A Pathologist's Perspective
Fundamentals of Translational Neuroscience in Toxicologic Pathology: Optimizing the Value of Animal Data for Human Risk Assessment