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Held April, 2007, the Teratology Society's 5-Year Strategic Planning Session built on the success of past Strategic Planning Sessions to address the challenges and exciting opportunities that lie ahead for our society. The outcome of the session will be discussed at the Issues Forum which will occur on Tuesday, June 26 as part of the Annual Meeting. Strategic Plan
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(June 19, 2007)
online payment system updated, downloadable forms available.
The Teratology Society's Directory database has been updated and integrated with the dues payment system.
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(July 16, 2007)
The FASEB MARC Program provides funding for travel awards to support the participation of Faculty/ Mentors and Students, and Poster/Platform (Oral) Presenters at selected scientific meetings and conferences. (more...)
(April 6, 2007)
for final quarter of 2006.
The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) would like to thank the United States House of Representatives for passing the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA). We applaud House Judiciary Chairman James Sensenbrenner for his leadership in ushering this bill through yesterday's House vote. (more...)
will be made available to members of a FASEB Society at an extra discounted rate in 2007. The Teratology Society is a member of FASEB as such members can take advantage of the rate is $70 for an online only subscription (vs. $112 for member print or $193 for individual non-member). More information about the FASEB Journal is available at http://www.fasebj.org/.
"NIH at the Crossroads: Strategies for the Future"
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Elias A. Zerhouni, M.D., Director, National Institutes of Health
Apply online for award supporting research by new investigators who propose highly innovative projects. (more...)
(March 16, 2007)
Senators Harkin and Specter secured a $620 million increase for NIH in FY2007. (more...)
The November 2006 issue of the NIH Extramural Nexus, a special issue focused on Electronic Submission of R01 Grant Applications, is now available. (more...)
Possible Page Limit Reduction For the Research Plan Section of the Research Project Grant (R01) Application
The NIH is considering reducing the current 25 page limit for the Research Plan section of the research project grant (R01) application. This is a time-sensitive Request for Information (RFI) regarding a possible change in the current 25-page limit of the Research Plan section (PHS 398 Sections A-D) of the NIH Research Project Grant (R01) application. (more...)
Written by world renowned experts Christof Schaefer, Paul Peters and Teratology Society Past President Richard K. Miller, it provides conclusive information on the prevention of birth defects through the safe use of drugs before pregnancy, as well as during pregnancy and lactation...(more & discount ...)
(May 21, 2007)
and broadening its reach to a number of new communities across the United States. By following 100,000 U.S. children from birth to the age of 21, the Study aims to better understand how the environment influences children's health, disease, and development. (more...)
(April 3, 2007)
Take a new continuing education (CE) tutorial developed by the Spina Bifida Association with cooperation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (more...)
A final draft of Tables and Appendices for Version 2 "Terminology of Developmental Abnormalities in Common Laboratory Mammals" is now available for review and comment. (more...)
New guidelines for voluntary oversight of hESC research have been published by the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR). These are similar to those developed by the National Academy of Science. Both of these guidelines are open for comment. (more...)