Monday's program starts with a special session honoring F. Clarke Fraser, Past President and founding member of the Teratology Society. Join us in the Westmount Room for Remembering F. Clarke Fraser, a reflection on Dr. Fraser's enduring impact on the field of teratology.
On Monday evening, trainees join MARTA and the Teratology Society for dinner, conversation, and networking at the Student Career Event. This popular annual event is for students and postdocs attending the joint meetings of the Teratology Society, NBTS, INA, and OTIS.
One of the ways the Society is working toward achieving its goals set out in the Strategic Plan is through the implementation of a communication strategy designed by the Society’s Communications Working Group. Communications consultant Nicole Chavez will be on site at the Annual Meeting all day Tues
Restaurant le Castillon is open early to get breakfast to jump-start your day. Beverages will be provided during the session breaks throughout the week. You are on your own for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dining options at the Hôtel Bonaventure Montréal are available on the website.