“Remaining vigilant about Zika is incredibly important.” It’s the primary message Celeste Philip, MD, MPH, hopes to get across during her upcoming Keynote Address at the Teratology Society’s Annual Meeting at the end of June.
From #scientistswhoselfie to #scicomm, why is science communication important and what the heck is a hashtag anyway and how can you use it to network and further your career. Information about a special workshop at this year's annual meeting.
Important information for members and meeting attendees.
The Teratology Society’s Nominations and Elections Committee has selected the candidates for this year’s election. This year we will be electing a Vice President-Elect, a Secretary and a Councilor. The ballot is open now through May 22, 2018.
This position is responsible for leading and managing a department of professional and technical employees; preparing budgets, delivering on Toxicology, PK and other in-life studies to support a diverse range of client’s needs.