This issue of BDRB contains a paper by Chapin et al. describing a primary epididymal cell culture and its application to the study of inflammatory potential of new drug candidates. It also contains a review by Dietert describing the development and significance of the microbiome in early life.
In this issue of BDRA, the 2nd Annual International OTIS-ENTIS meeting program is presented, with over 75 abstracts covering a wide array of cutting-edge new data on exposures in pregnancy and lactation.
Congratulations to the 2014 Teratology Society Awardees!
EPA STAR Funds Development of Rapid Toxicity Test--Teratology Society Member, Mary Alice Smith is Co-PI.
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Determining which chemicals disrupt early fetal and infant brain development is a major concern...
Robert L. Brent, MD, PhD, DSc, will receive the HPS Distinguished Public Service Award during the 2014 Health Physics Society (HPS) Annual Meeting.