Make Your Voice Heard: FASEB Capitol Hill Day, March 9

Join fellow scientists to advocate for sustained investment in biological and biomedical research.US-capitol-thumbnail2-150x140.jpg

Each year in March, scientists working in the experimental biology and biomedical fields gather in Washington, DC, for Capitol Hill Day, an event organized by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). The Teratology Society is a member of FASEB, and as such members of the Teratology Society are invited to participate in Capitol Hill Day.

Training is provided and meetings with Members of Congress and Congressional Staff are coordinated by FASEB staff. Last year, two Teratology Society members participated in Capitol Hill Day. Read about their experience here.

This year's Capitol Hill Day is March 9 from 7 am to 5 pm. Advance registration is required. There is no cost to participate, but participants are responsible for their own travel and lodging expenses.

To sign up, please contact Jennifer Zeitzer at or 301.634.7128.

Recent Stories
Presenting the Nominees for the 2018 Marie Taubeneck Award

Webinar: Toxicity and Efficacy of Stem Cells as Therapeutic Products for Humans and Animals--Recording Available

Neurotoxicity in Children Exposed to Anesthesia - Session Recording Available