As you look forward to Tuesday, the Grants Officer Roundtable promises to be enlightening and engaging. You can gain insight from these Grants Officers on an individual basis by visiting with them at their table in the registration area beginning on Monday. Be sure to stop by and ask the questions y
Poster presentations from the Teratology Society and NBTS will begin at 5:30 pm. Be sure to take a break and visit with the Exhibitors who provide valued services and products that are essential to our research. Light fare will be provided.
Trainees join MARTA and the Teratology Society for dinner,
The F. Clarke Fraser New Investigator Award and the James G. Wilson Publication Award will be presented on Sunday after lunch. Julia M. Gohlke of University of Alabama at Birmingham is the recipient of the 2014 F. Clarke Fraser New Investigator Award honoring one of the founding members of the Terat
Presentations on Sunday honor the Society's heritage and feature the scientific breakthroughs and excellence of today. Following the President’s Welcome from Dr. Elaine Francis is the Josef Warkany Lecture presented by Teratology Society past president, Thomas B. Knudsen, as he leads us on the path
If you are getting a jump start to your day, Eques and Tully's Coffee are open early to obtain your morning fare. Beverages will be provided during the session breaks throughout the week. Dining options at the Hyatt are available on the website for making your dining selections for breakfast, lunch,