Birth defects and reproductive and developmentally-mediated disorders constitute a major public health concern in the world today. Human development can be affected not only by drugs and chemicals but also by diet, genetics, maternal health, and socioeconomic factors. The Teratology Society strives to understand and protect against potential hazards to developing embryos, fetuses, children, and adults by bringing together scientific knowledge from diverse fields.
The scientific program represents active, timely research areas of high relevance to public health and significant usefulness to researchers in the fields of birth defects research and birth defects surveillance.More Information
Make plans to attend the 58th Annual Meeting by registering for the meeting and securing a room at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort.
Students and postdoctoral fellows meet with established members of the Society for informal discussion and networking at a variety of events, both social and scientific.
Annual Meeting Sponsorship makes visible an organization’s commitment to supporting new and established scientists in disciplines that are of clear importance to the health and well-being of mothers and children.
Bringing together clinicians, scientists, and science policy regulators from academia, industry and government, the Annual Meeting provides networking opportunities and exposure for exhibitors.
The Teratology Society will once again meet concurrently with our Sister Society the Developmental Neurotoxicology Society (DNTS), making possible joint scientific sessions and ample networking opportunities.