Highlights for today include the Brent Lecture, Agnish Fellowship Lecture, PAC Symposium, a lunch and learn epidemiology course, and sessions on global burden of disease, marijuana and child development, and CRISPR/Cas9 technology. The day closes with great science at Poster Session 2!
“From exposure during pregnancy to a child’s neurological development, it is an understatement to say the legalization of marijuana has the potential to impact Colorado’s children and families,” said Larry Wolk, MD, Chief Medical Officer for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Today's highlights include Keynote by Larry I. Wolk, Colorado Department of Public Health, and a variety of joint symposia with DNTS, OTIS and Research Society on Alcoholism. There will be ample time for networking at breaks and events like Breakfast with the Teratology Mentors and Poster Session 1.
The day's agenda is chock full of special lectures, awards presentations, symposia, workshops, and a celebration of the life of Thomas H. Shepard. End the day enjoying sweeping views of the Denver skyline while networking and catching up with friends at the Welcome Reception.