Teratology Society 56th Annual Meeting -- Register TODAY!

The Teratology Society’s 56th Annual Meeting is fast approaching. If you have not yet done so, remember to register for the meeting today.

The meeting will be held June 25-29, 2016 in San Antonio, Texas. The theme for this year’s meeting is “New Horizons in Birth Defects Research.” The program offers an exciting variety of scientific sessions on topics including: exploring the link between Zika virus and microcephaly, increasing prevalence of gastroschisis, state of the art approaches to developmental toxicity testing, postmarketing assessment of drugs, current concepts in pregnancy registries, neurodevelopmental defects from fetal exposure to recreational drugs, new approaches for the treatment of birth defects, in vitro models of neurovascular development, depression and treatment during pregnancy, advances in placental research, concerns around genetically modified organisms (GMOs), science and public policy, monoclonal antibody drug testing across species, as well as original platform and poster presentations, and a student and postdoctoral career workshop.

The details of the agenda are available via the Annual Meeting website and the full Program and other meeting materials are now available online for all registrants.

We understand that travel budgets are tight. If you need documentation to submit with your request to attend the meeting, please contact headquarters at tshq@teratology.org.

We hope to see you in San Antonio this June.

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