Get involved with the Teratology Society - Complete volunteer survey to serve on a committee!

The Teratology Society is fortunate to have a driving force of members who serve in leadership positions. The work of the Society is done mainly through the activities of its committees and the dedicated members who serve on and lead those committees. There is room for you—volunteer to serve on a committee! 

Society leadership will make committee appointments this spring, for terms that begin July 1, 2018. Please let us know if you would like to serve on a committee or have input for our Society activities by completing the Volunteer Interest Survey. If you would like additional information, you can read more about the committees and their responsibilities. The survey also includes a place where you can indicate your interest in serving as a mentor to trainees and junior members of the Society and your willingness to assist with the Society’s communications efforts.

If you have not done so already, I encourage you to read my editorial in BDR about the Teratology Society’s new Strategic Plan. It and other Strategic Planning materials may be found on BDR Connection.

The Society values your input and active participation. Thank you for doing your part to help support the Society!


Alan M. Hoberman, PhD, DABT, ATS

President, Teratology Society



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