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ACT Corporate Membership
ACT Corporate Members 2020
6605 Merrill Creek Parkway SE
Everett, WA 98203
One Amgen Center Drive
Mail Stop 29-2-B
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320-1789
4045 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60609
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Mail Stop F1100
Andover, MA 01810
Corporate Member Benefits
We invite you to join forces with ACT to continue to fulfill our mission to “Educate, Lead, and Serve” by becoming a Corporate Member in the American College of Toxicology. Corporate support is essential to the continued success of the College and the achievement of its goals, and ACT’s Corporate Membership program is a terrific way for companies with a vested interest in the field of toxicology to show their “good citizen” support for the important work of ACT. In return, Corporate Members receive the following benefits:
- Two free job postings for six months ($500 value)
- Listing in the quarterly membership newsletter
- Listing in the November/December issue of International Journal of Toxicology
- Listing and 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 at the Annual Meeting in November
2020 Corporate Membership is $1,500 per calendar year.
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.
Contact ACT Headquarters to get more information on how to become a Corporate Member.
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.