SAVE THE DATE – Virtual ENTIS Meeting – COVID-19 during pregnancy and breastfeeding: current evidence, research opportunities and TIS experiences

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated global travel restrictions which has sadly forced the cancellation of the 2020 annual meeting in Bergamo, the ENTIS Board and Scientific Committee have agreed upon a virtual meeting on COVID-19. The online meeting is being organised by Dr Michael Ceulemans from KU Leuven in Belgium (postdoctoral researcher at TIS Lareb, Netherlands) and […]

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Annual Meeting Announcement

ENTIS is pleased to announce that the 31st Annual ENTIS Conference will take place between Thursday 7th and Saturday 9th May 2020 in Bergamo, Italy. The meeting will be held in the Centro Congressi Giovanni XXIII which is a short walk (190 m) from the central train station in Bergamo. More details concerning the scientific programme, registration  and abstract submission […]

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News from the 30th ENTIS Conference in Oslo

Between the 5th and 7th September, Professor Hedvig Nordeng and colleagues from the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital hosted the 30th ENTIS conference. The meeting was one of the largest ENTIS conferences to date, with 113 delegates attending from 22 different countries. Key note lectures were provided from internationally reknown experts on a range of related topics including […]

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30th ENTIS Conference in Oslo is almost here!

This week ENTIS colleagues from around the world will meet in Oslo for the annual conference (5th to 7th September). Hosted by the Department of Pharmacy at the University of Oslo, delegates will be sharing the results of their own research and hearing from some of the most highly regarded researchers in the field. For all those travelling to the […]

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30th Annual Conference 2019, Oslo, Norway – Abstract Deadline Approaching

The deadline for abstract submission is Monday, 15th April 2019. All accepted abstracts will be published in Reproductive Toxicology. Instructions for Authors Abstracts should be organised as Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusions Abstracts must contain original work that has not been previously published Research projects should be complete, and not based on anticipated data Abstracts should be relevant to teratology, […]

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New Human Teratogens education course launches in Tampa, FL, USA

The Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS), the Teratology Society and the University of South Florida are pleased to announce the Human Teratogen Course which will be presented at the USF Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation in Tampa, Florida, USA, between 24th and 26th February 2019. For more information about the course, and details about how to register, please […]

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