Presentations on Sunday honor the Society's heritage and feature the scientific breakthroughs and excellence of today. Below is an overview of the today's schedule.
Following the 8:00 am President’s Welcome from Dr. Elaine Francis is the Josef Warkany Lecture at 8:15 am presented by Teratology Society past president, Thomas B. Knudsen.
Presentations given by student and postdoctoral fellow members of the Teratology Society occur at 9:00 am.
Students and Postdoctoral Fellows gain insight on Building a Successful Career in Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology at a lunch workshop at noon.
Two other founding members will be honored on Sunday after lunch: The F. Clarke Fraser New Investigator Award at 1:30 pm and the James G. Wilson Publication Award at 2:00 pm.
It is time to make a choice at 2:30 pm. Plan to attend ILSI HESI Symposium: Cross-Industry Data Survey of the Value of Rabbit Development Toxicity Data in the Risk Assessment for Pharmaceutics or the joint session pertaining to the National Children's Study.
Attendees have a chance to unwind and get reacquainted during the Welcome Reception, Silent Auction, and Exhibits beginning at 5:30 pm.