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ACT Corporate Membership
The College continues to advance the science of toxicology, and to emphasize the multidisciplinary nature of the field of toxicology. Through a variety of programs and activities, the College promotes and fosters an improved knowledge and understanding of safety/hazard evaluation, and the assessment of risk from exposure to pharmaceutical, chemical and environmental agents. In addition, special workshops on regulatory issues, international harmonization and cutting-edge research are being sponsored or co-sponsored to acquaint scientists with new aspects of toxicology.
2018 Corporate Membership is $1,500 per calendar year. The benefits of corporate membership include:
- Recognition in the printed Program and on signage at ACT’s Annual Meeting
- Two free job postings for six months ($500 value)
- Listing in the quarterly membership newsletter
- Listing in the November/December issue of ACT’s International Journal of Toxicology
- Listing and link to your company’s website on the ACT website
- Priority exhibit booth selection at the Annual Meeting in November
Corporate support is essential to the continued success of the College and the achievement of its goals. We invite you to become a Corporate member in the American College of Toxicology.
Contact ACT Headquarters to get more information on how to become a Corporate Member.
ACT Corporate Members 2018
1 North Waukegan Road
PO Box 3013
North Chicago, IL 60064
1 Astellas Way
Northbrook, IL 60062
10424 Middle Mount Vernon Road
Mount Vernon, IN 47620
130 Discovery Drive
Scott Township, PA 18447
445 Armand-Frappier Blvd.
Laval, PQ H7V 4B3
3301 Kinsman Blvd.
Madison, WI 53704
4045 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60609
1400 Welsh & McKean Roads, MS 32-2-1
PO Box 776
Spring House, PA 19477
80 Ashby Road
Bedford, MA 01730
11 Firstfield Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
818 Topsail Plaza
11 On Sum Street
ACT Corporate Membership and Funding Policy
In line with our Mission to Educate, Lead, and Serve the global community, the American College of Toxicology adheres to a funding and corporate membership position that reflects our beliefs and values. ACT reserves the right to refuse or restrict funds from any organization whose goals, objectives, or past actions are deemed inconsistent with the mission of the College. Furthermore, ACT’s commitment to high ethical standards and sound scientific principles will not be influenced by financial contributions.