Birth Defects Research
On Tuesday morning, the special lecture entitled Clinical and Molecular Teratology will be given by Michel Vekemans at 8:30 am. (He is the Editor of BDR Part A.)
The Wiley-Blackwell Symposium entitled Application of Imaging Technologies in Birth Defects Research and Clinical Practice will begin at 9:15 am. This symposium includes presentations on a variety of cutting-edge imaging modalities used in research from the cellular to the whole animal level. In addition, the application and use of imaging in clinical research and medical practice for the assessment of pre- and postnatal dysmorphologies will be addressed.