Plan now to attend the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Teratology Society, June 22–26, 2013, at the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson, Arizona. Maximize your participation by submitting an abstract for poster or platform presentation
NCS program provides a sampling of the diverse topics & richness of data developed through numerous NCS “formative” research studies that have been conducted to answer important questions about the feasibility, cost & acceptability of various measures considered for inclusion in the NCS main study.
Developmental toxicity involves complex interactions among the chemical and cellular pathways in its host. To understand this complexity, the traditional way to test for developmentally toxicity is to assess chemical effects in vivo, usually in pregnant rats or pregnant rabbits.
Musical talents of Ed Carney and Tom Knudsen bring the meeting to a successful finish.
Tuesday’s program is packed with outstanding science from sun up to sun down, and owing to several concurrent sessions, is sure to have something for everyone.