About

Josef Warkany Lecturer

2018 Recipient

John M. DeSesso, PhD, Exponent, Inc.
The Arrogance of Teratology

Past Recipients

2017
José F. Cordero, MD, MPH
Eliminating Congenital Zika Syndrome: Lessons Learned from Rubella Elimination

2016
Elaine M. Faustman, PhD, University of Washington
Framing Our Birth Defects Questions with Systems Biology: Learning from Our Mentors

2015
William Slikker Jr., National Center for Toxicological Research, US FDA
Developmental Toxicology: Putting the Puzzle Together

2014
Thomas B. Knudsen, US Environmental Protection Agency
Teratology v2.0: Building a Path Forward

2013
Robert J. Kavlock, US Environmental Protection Agency
A Random Walk through Teratology

2012
J. David Erickson
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Retired
An Epidemiological Enterprise: From Fluoride to Folate

2011
Kathleen Sulik, University of North Carolina
A Tail of Mice and Men, Embryos and Ethanol

2010
Diana M. Juriloff, University of British Columbia
50 Years of Progress in Understanding the Causes of Three Common Birth Defects

2009
Jan M. Friedman, University of British Columbia
Clinical Teratology: In Bed With the Devil?

2008
Richard H. Finnell
Institute of Biosciences and Teratology, Texas A&M Health Science Center
Genetic Susceptibility to Teratogen Induced-Birth Defects: A Global Adventure

2007
Ann P. Streissguth
University of Washington School of Medicine
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders from Teratology to Public Health

2006
George P. Daston
Procter & Gamble Company
Genomics and Assessment of Developmental Risks

2005
Anthony R. Scialli
Sciences International, Inc.
Clinicians

2004
Carl L. Keen
University of California, Davis
The Critical Role of Mocronutrients in Pregnancy Outcome: Zinc as an Illustration

2003
Patricia M. Rodier
University of Rochester        
Autism as a Birth Defect

2002
Kenneth L. Jones
University of California, San Diego
From Recognition to Responsibility: David Smith, Josef Warkany, and the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in the 21st Century.

2001
Philip E. Mirkes
Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
To Die, Or Not To Die: That is the Question

2000
William J. Scott, Jr.
University of Cincinnati
Alteration of Pattern Formation as a Mechanism of Teratogenesis

1999
Carol A. Kimmel
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Improving the Science for Predicting Risks to Children's Health

1998
John C. Gerhart
University of California, Berkeley
Signal Transduction Pathways in Development

1997
Godfrey P. Oakley, Jr.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Preventing Birth Defects—Rubella, Alcohol, and Folic Acid are Better Models than Thalidomide, Valproic Acid, and Accutane

1996
William Webster
University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Rubella to Retinoids, Rodents, Risks, and Reactions

1995
Andrew G. Hendrickx
University of California, Davis
Primate Teratology in Perspective

1994
Lewis B. Holmes
Massachusetts General Hospital
Clinical Studies of Teratogenesis: Observations and Challenges

1993
Heinz Nau
Institute for Toxicology, Berlin, Germany
From Species Differences to Development of Safer Drugs: The Role of Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism Studies

1992
Robert L. Brent
Jefferson Medical College
The Impact of Radiation Research on the Understanding of Teratology Principles

1991
F. Clarke Fraser
McGill Centre for Human Genetics, Montreal, Canada
A Personal Perception of Public Perceptions of Teratogenetic Risks

1990
Devendra M. Kochhar
Jefferson Medical College
Role of Retinoic Acid as a Morphogen and a Teratogen

1989
E. Marshall Johnson
Jefferson Medical College
The Natural History for Possible Scoring of Chemical Exposures Potentially Hazardous to Human Embryonic Development

1988
Thomas H. Shepard
University of Washington
Borderlines Between Human Embryology, Teratology, and Medicine

1987
Kurt Benirschke
University of California, San Diego
You Need a Sympathetic Pathologist—The Borderland of Embryology and Pathology Revisited

1986
Philip Leder
Harvard Medical School
Insertional Mutagenesis

1985
Bengt Källén
University of Lund, Lund, Sweden
Searching for Teratogenic Risks with the Aid of Malformation Registries

 

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