A special issue of the journal in honor of the Society's 60th Anniversary is being planned. Members are invited to submit contributions.
In this webinar, organized by the BDRP, we highlight some of the cutting-edge research being conducted by up-and-coming members of our Society. Kian Afsharian received a 2019 Wilson Presentation Award, and Dr. Kristal Rychlik is the recipient of the 2019 Marie Taubeneck Award.
Speakers: Dr. Aric LaBarr and Dr. Alyson Wilson, North Carolina State University
Birth Defects Research, the official journal of the Society for Birth Defects Research and Prevention, established in 1960 as the Teratology Society, is looking for an individual to serve as Editor, Mechanisms of Birth Defects and Developmental Disorders.
LA JOLLA, CA –A new study conducted by birth defects research experts from the non-profit Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS) launches to examine the short and long-term effects of the novel COVID-19 virus in pregnancy and breastfeeding.