Welcome New Teratology Society Members!

The Teratology Society Membership Committee would like to welcome the newest members of our Society!  Below is the list of new members who have joined since October 2015.

We urge our new members to take advantage of the many opportunities offered by the Society to get involved. As a new member, attending the Annual Meeting is a great way to connect with our versatile membership. Soon we will gather at the Teratology Society’s 56th Annual Meeting which will be held June 25-29, 2016, in San Antonio, Texas! We hope to see you at new member events such as the New Members Mixer and Ice Cream Social. The meeting offers a plethora of activities geared toward those early in career development, ranging from workshops to networking events to social activities.

For ongoing networking and career development, one of the best ways to stay connected is to join a committee. Take a moment to read about our committees, and email hcarskaddan@teratology.org if you are interested in becoming active on one.

Also, we encourage you to explore BDR Connection. Update your profile, read the latest Society news, check the Job Bank, access the member directory, view educational webinars, and more on this robust members-only website.

As you build your professional relationships and get involved, please encourage your colleagues to apply for membership. Feel free to share our electronic membership brochure and student/postdoc membership flyer.

New Members of the Teratology Society since October 1, 2015:

Regular Members

Shao-yu Chen

Rüdiger Cordts

Michael Garry

Marisol Ibarra-Ramírez

Graeme Moffat

Cailtin Murphy

Associate Members

Erin Fabian

Paul Jeshcke

Sheri Klas

Student Members

Songying Cao

Harpreet Chima

Maëlle Dandjinou

Daoyin Dong

Bradley Holbrook

Allison Kupsco

Valerie McDonald

Reza Razvi

Shikhar Shrestha

Rachel Therese Stadelmaier

Camila V. Ventura

Lauren Walker

Carly Strecker Wilder

Penghua Yang

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