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Student and Postdoctoral Fellow Activities

The Student Affairs Committee of the Teratology Society is coordinating several networking activities during the meeting. Please plan to take advantage of these opportunities.

Saturday Mixer
Get acquainted or reacquainted with your fellow student and postdoctoral attendees before the start of the meeting. Students and postdoctoral attendees are encouraged to meet at the Canyon Café at 5:30 PM on Saturday, June 22.

Student/Postdoctoral Fellow Platform Session
Discover more about the research of other students and postdocs. Support your colleagues at the platform session on Sunday, June 23 from 9:30 am–12:00 noon. The two best presentations in this session will be selected to receive a Wilson Presentation Award of $500.

James C. Bradford Memorial Student Poster Award
This is an award for the best poster presentation by a student at the annual meetings of the Teratology Society and Neurobehavioral Teratology Society (NBTS). It is jointly sponsored by the Middle Atlantic Reproduction and Teratology Association (MARTA) and Sanofi. The award will be announced during the Teratology Society Banquet.

Student Career Event
Take advantage of this great networking opportunity. Join MARTA and the Teratology Society for dinner, conversation, and networking at a Student Career Event on Monday, June 24 from 7:30 pm–10:30 pm, on the Upper Terrace. This popular annual event is for students and postdocs attending the joint meetings of the Teratology Society, NBTS, and OTIS. As you prepare for the next phase in your professional career, we offer you this opportunity to meet your fellow students and postdocs and to interact with scientists from academia, government, and industry. This is also an opportunity for you to discuss your future and the various career paths available to you.

Become More Involved
The Teratology Society encourages students and postdoctoral fellows to become more involved by participating in the Society at the committee level. If you are interested in being part of a Committee please contact the Teratology Society Headquarters office.

 

 

 



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