New Link! Teratology Society, MotherToBaby and SMFM Offering Two Free Webinars on Research with Pregnant and Lactating Women—January 17 and 29

A new link has been provided by SMFM for the first of the two joint webinars. In lieu of registering in advance for the webinars, members should just save and go to the following link at 1 pm Eastern on Thursday, January 17: 

http://eventcenter.commpartners.com/se/Rd/Mt.aspx?352676

January is Birth Defects Prevention Month, and the Teratology Society is joining forces with OTIS/MotherToBaby and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine to offer two webinars on the importance of pregnancy exposure research, its challenges and the new Task Force on Research Specific to Pregnant and Lactating Women (PRGLAC) report. Both webinars are free but registration is required. Please follow the link below when each webinar is scheduled to begin.

Current and Future Trends in Research with Pregnant and Lactating Women 

Learn more about research that is currently conducted with pregnant women and opportunities for future expansion in a 30-minute webinar with Drs. Bob Silver and Cathy Spong and is moderated by Dr. Sarah Običan.

Webinar Link: http://eventcenter.commpartners.com/se/Rd/Mt.aspx?352676

Thursday, January 17, 2019

1:00 PM—1:30 PM Eastern

Using Registries and Crowdsourcing to Conduct Research with Pregnant and Lactating Women 

Learn more about research conducted with pregnant and postpartum women via patient registries and a new crowdsourcing tool from NICHD, PregSource. This 30-minute webinar features Drs. Christina Chambers and Caroline Signore and is moderated by Dr. Sarah Običan.

Webinar Link: TBA

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

12:00 Noon—12:30 PM Eastern

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