Teratology Society Resources - CROs and Sustaining Members

Are you aware that the Teratology Society website has a page dedicated to a listing of Contract Laboratories that conduct GLP preclinical safety studies? This page is visible to all members (http://teratology.org/members/contrlab.asp) and provides a unique opportunity for interactions with like-minded professionals on the lookout for teratology-related service providers. Society members who provide consulting services may list their contact information and areas of expertise for a minimal fee of $40 per calendar year and Member CROs that perform GLP studies are encouraged to list their logo, contact information and description of services for a nominal fee of $150 per calendar year, which is waived for Platinum and Gold Level Sustaining members. If your organization is already a Platinum or Gold Level Sustaining member of the Society, please contact TSHQ@teratology.org to provide information to receive a complimentary listing.

If your organization is not a sustaining member, do check out the information provided at http://teratology.org/sustainingmembers.asp to learn more about how a nominal contribution by your organization can help the society pursue its mission and activities more effectively. Contributions can be made at the Platinum, Gold or Silver level. Each contribution is recognized by inclusion in Society publications, though the Annual Meeting brochure, program and signage, and on the Society’s website.

Thank you to all of our current Sustaining Members (listed below) for their support of the Teratology Society!

Platinum
Charles River
Scialli Consulting

Gold
AbbVie Inc.
Pfizer Inc.
Reproductive Toxicology Center

Silver
Eli Lilly and Company
Envigo
Experimur
GlaxoSmithKline
Janssen Research and Development

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