Saturday in Baltimore is sure to be great!
Thank you to everyone who is joining us for the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Teratology Society.
On Saturday, the Education Course will be offered in two parts and provide 6.25 CME credits. The morning course is entitled "Maternal and Fetal Immunology: Implications for the Prevention of Birth Defects" and the afternoon course is entitled "Infections during Pregnancy: Implications for the Prevention of Birth Defects." If you have not registered to attend these courses be sure to stop by the registration desk when it opens at 7 am.
The morning Course will include the Narsingh Agnish Fellow Lecture which will be presented by Carole A. Kimmel at 8:10 am. Her presentations is entitled "Risk Assessment Training in Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology." This fellowship recognizes Narsingh Agnish’s contributions to the Teratology Society, and particularly the implementation of the Education Course.