Thank you volunteers for making the Teratology Society Booth at SOT a big success!

Mary and Elise Medium  SOT.JPG

The Teratology Society exhibited at the ToxExpo this week in Baltimore as part of the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting. Booth #516 was the place to be - to catch up with old friends and make some new connections!

Thank you to the 26 members, ranging from student members to past presidents, who made this possible by volunteering their time to work in the booth and share their enthusiasm for the Teratology Society with attendees!

Volunteers included:Barbara and Lauren 2 SOT 2017.JPG

  • Barbara Abbott
  • Chris Bowman
  • Sarah Campion
  • Shao-yu Chen
  • Pragati Coder
  • Chris Curran
  • Kristin DiBona
  • Judy Henck
  • Mary Hixon
  • Kembra Howdeshell
  • Nicole Kleinstreuer
  • Chris LauKary Elise Lauren SOT 2017.JPG
  • Elise Lewis
  • Norbert Makori
  • Sue Makris
  • Marie McKenzie
  • Linda Roberts
  • Kristen Ryan
  • Dana Shuey
  • Nisha Sipes
  • Bill SlikkerNisha and.JPG
  • Mary Alice Smith
  • Kary Thompson
  • Deirdre Tucker
  • Lauren Walker
  • Amy Williams

Special thanks to Elise Lewis for taking time out of her busy schedule at SOT to make sure things were running smoothly in the booth throughout the event. 

In addition, Alan Hoberman, Vice President, shared Teratology Society information and co-presented the Edward W. Carney Trainee Award with Chris Bowman, RDTSS President, at the SOT Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology Specialty Section Reception on Tuesday evening.

Thank you all for serving as ambassadors of the Teratology Society this week in Baltimore!

 Norbert and Bill closer up.JPGKristin DiBona and Deirdre Tucker at SOT.jpgNisha and 2.JPG

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