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Annual Meeting 2015

2015 Exhibitors
As of May 13, 2015

Charles River Booth 11
Charles River Tel: 877.CRIVER.1
251 Ballardvale Street Website: www.criver.com
Wilmington, MA 01887     
United States    

Charles River provides a comprehensive service in developmental, reproductive, and juvenile toxicology for the progression of your compound.  Studies are performed in multiple species using various routes of dose administration.  Our range of capabilities, combined with leading scientific expertise and over 25 years of historical data, results in timely nonclinical reproductive toxicology programs with regulatory acceptance. 



Booth 5
CiToxLAB Tel: 888.353.2240
445 Armand-Frappier Boulevard Website: http://www.citoxlab.com/en/
Laval, Québec, H7V 4B3     

CiToxLAB, with sites in Canada, France, Denmark, and Hungary, offers a broad range of GLP and non GLP non-clinical services combines with our 40 years of experience. We are at the service of our customers to meet the demands of today’s complex global marketplace, including teratology.



Description: Experimur

Booth 1

Experimur Tel: 773.254.2700
4045 S. Morgan Street Website: www.experimur.com
Chicago, IL 60609  
United States  

Experimur is a full-service toxicology testing and research laboratory with extensive experience in the conduct of developmental (Seg I, II, & III) and reproductive (single and multi-generation) toxicity assessments, including sperm morphology and vaginal cytology, as well as general toxicity (acute, subchronic, chronic, and carcinogenicity), neurotoxicity, and pharmacokinetic/ADME studies in species ranging from rodents to primates. With an experienced and well-trained team that has worked together for over 28 years and successfully completed thousands of GLP-compliant preclinical studies, we are committed to providing our customers with top quality and unmatched service. We invite you to visit our spectacular custom-built, AAALAC-accredited, USDA-registered, 54,000 sq ft state-of-the art facility and vivarium, which includes extensive in-house support services for histology diagnostic pathology, clinical pathology, and analytical chemistry.



Exponent Booth 10
Exponent, Inc.
Tel: 571.227.7261
1800 Diagonal Road, Suite 500
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States

Exponent’s veteran toxicologists and epidemiologists are drawn from the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, academia, and government. They have international regulatory experience in designing and interpreting developmental and reproductive toxicity (DART) and developmental neurotoxicology studies; assessing potential endocrine disruption; performing quantitative risk assessments and cancer risk assessments related to children. Our experts are also ready to assist you in complying with the new FDA Pregnancy and Lactation Labeling Rule.



Exponent Booth 12
Tel: 301.634.7020
9650 Rockville Pike, Suite L-6209
Bethesda, MD 20814
United States

The FASEB MARC Program provides funding for travel awards to support the participation of underrepresented students and postdoctoral fellows at scientific meetings, grantsmanship training seminars and RCR workshops. FASEB MARC also sponsors a “Peer Mentoring Network” to provide on-site mentoring for undergraduate/graduate students at scientific meetings.



Booth 9
San Diego Instruments Tel: 858.530.2600
9155 Brown Deer Road, Suite 8 Website: www.sandiegoinstruments.com
San Diego, CA 92121  
United States  

San Diego Instruments (SDI) has served the scientific community for over 30 years as a comprehensive resource for the design, manufacture and distribution of scientific testing systems used in human and animal behavioral studies. Utilized in laboratories and cited in research papers worldwide, SDI systems represent the industry benchmark for quality and longevity.



Teratology Society Booth 7–8
The Teratology Society Tel: 703.438.3104
11190 Sunrise Valley Dr, Suite 300 Website: www.teratology.org
Reston, VA 20191  
United States  

The Teratology Society is composed of a multidisciplinary group of scientists from a variety of disciplines including researchers, clinicians, epidemiologists, and public health professionals from academia, government and industry who study birth defects, reproduction, and disorders of developmental origin. Our Mission is to prevent birth defects and disorders of developmental origin by: promoting research and exchange of ideas, communicating information to health professionals and other interested parties, and providing education and training. Visit the booth to learn more about the Society and membership.                                  



FDA Booth 6
U.S. Food and Drug Administration  
Office of Women’s Health Research  
10903 New Hampshire Avenue
Tel: 301.796.9440
Building 32 Room 2333
Silver Spring, MD 20993
United States

The US Food and Drug Administration Office of Women’s Health addresses the health issues of the nation’s women by funding scientific research and collaborating with national organizations and government agencies to sponsor outreach and education efforts.




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