Daily microcommunities resume Monday at 10:00 am or 3:00 pm EDT.
At 11:00 am EDT the Keynote Lecture will be given by Dr. Carleigh Krubiner followed by the annual BDRP-ETS Exchange Lecture.
At 1:00 pm EDT we have three concurrent scientific symposia:
- Neglected Diseases/Neglected Patients
- The Effects of Water Fluoridation on Neurodevelopmental and Other Health Outcomes
- Approaches for Mechanistic Evidence Analysis in Hazard Evaluation of Reproductive Toxicology Data
During Poster Session 1, which runs from 3:30-4:30 pm EDT, attendees may visit assigned authors in their virtual meeting rooms. (Poster presenters: In advance, please refer to the email you received with instructions for how to launch your virtual meeting room.)
We end the day with the BDRP Trivia Night Social starting at 7:00 pm EDT. Come test your knowledge of topics such as BDRP history, pop culture, and food, all while networking and having fun with your colleagues. Hosted by the Student Affairs Committee, attention will be paid to ensuring teams are made up of a mix of trainees/early career investigators and more experienced researchers/mentors. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places, and the games will be followed by an optional happy hour just for socializing!