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ACT Corporate Partners 2021

Battelle Nonclinical Research. Improving the safety and efficacy of next-generation drugs, devices and diagnostics - getting safer, better products to market faster.

Biomere is a global, nonclinical contract research organization (CRO) with locations on the east and west coast, as well as multiple locations in China (JOINN). Our globality, personal approach and our drive to expedite research timelines, makes us ideally suited to support our clients’ needs.

Charles River has an industry leading network of scientific experts, setting the bar for robust safety assessment of drugs, devices and chemicals. Experience with countless molecules and regulations allows us to mitigate risk and expedite development, saving time and money on the road to approval.

Regeneron is a leading biotechnology company that invents life-transforming medicines for people with serious diseases. Our unique ability to consistently translate science into medicine has led to nine FDA-approved treatments and numerous product candidates to help patients.

ACT Corporate Contributors 2021

6605 Merrill Creek Parkway SE
Everett, WA 98203

21 Davis Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

3301 Kinsman Blvd.
Madison, WI 53704

4045 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60609

333 Lakeside Drive
Foster City, CA 94404

19601 Clark Graham
Baie-D'urfe, PQ H9X 3T1

55 Corporate Drive
Mail Stop: 55B-425A
Bridgewater, NJ 08807-0800

ACT 2021 Corporate Membership Program

We invite you to join forces with ACT to continue to fulfill our mission to “Educate, Lead, and Serve” by becoming a Corporate Member of the American College of Toxicology.

Corporate support is essential to the continued success of the College and the achievement of its goals. What’s in it for you? The ACT Corporate Membership program is a terrific way for companies with a vested interest in the field of toxicology to show their support for the important work of ACT, while receiving valuable recognition via ACT’s extensive, well-respected presence in the toxicology community. Corporate Members receive valuable recognition for their support with a choice of two distinct levels:

Corporate Partner ($3,500 per year):

  • Five complimentary job postings for six months each ($1,250 value)
  • Enhanced listing with web link in the quarterly membership newsletter
  • Enhanced listing with your logo in the November/December issue of International Journal of Toxicology
  • Recognition in the printed Program and on signage at ACT’s Annual Meeting
  • One additional Exhibitor Priority Point for companies who also exhibit at the Annual Meeting, and Priority exhibit booth selection at the Annual Meeting
  • One blog post through ACTalks Blog per year with your unique content
  • Logo on the ACT homepage
  • “ACT Corporate Member” logo for use on your company website
  • Enhanced Listing on the ACT website with your logo, company description (50 words) and two hyperlinks to your company’s website

Corporate Contributor ($1,500 per year):

  • Two complimentary job postings for six months each ($500 value)
  • Listing of company name in the quarterly membership newsletter
  • Listing of company name in the November/December issue of International Journal of Toxicology
  • Listing of company name and web link to your company’s website on the ACT website
  • Recognition in the printed Program and on signage at ACT’s Annual Meeting
  • Priority exhibit booth selection for companies who also exhibit at the Annual Meeting in November

With the support of our generous Corporate Members, the College continues to advance the science of toxicology, and to emphasize the multidisciplinary nature of the field of toxicology. Through a variety of educational 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.

To receive more information and a Corporate Member application please contact ACT Headquarters.

American College of Toxicology: Policy on External Financial Support

The American College of Toxicology (ACT) reserves the right to refuse, or restrict the use of, external financial support from any organization whose goals, objectives, or past actions are inconsistent with the mission of the College, which is to educate, lead, and serve the global community. Furthermore, ACT is committed to high ethical standards and sound scientific principles and will not be influenced by financial contributions. All supporters must demonstrate relevance to the field of toxicology. All corporate support funding is subject to periodic review and revaluation as needed.

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