The ACT Annual Meeting offers a unique, intimate environment unlike any other in the toxicology community. Because of the top-notch scientific programming and well-known, expert speakers who present the latest science, this meeting has earned a reputation among toxicologists worldwide for being the “must attend” event of the year. The size of the meeting (over 1,000 attendees and 75 exhibiting companies) is particularly well suited for in-depth peer-to-peer networking, as well as making B2B connections. Supporters are recognized for their good citizen role in enabling the success of the Annual Meeting’s educational goals. Supporters receive considerable recognition for their generosity via the Annual Meeting Program, the mobile app, the ACT Newsletter, and the ACT website (with a hyperlink to your site), as well as via special signage at the meeting.
* An “Independent Consultant” is someone who is an owner or principal of their own toxicology consulting business employing no full-time toxicology professionals. The Independent Consultant supporter will be recognized by either their individual name or company name on conference materials.
In addition to being listed as a course or symposium/workshop supporter in the official Annual Meeting Program, Supporters will receive the appropriate support level benefits (i.e., Platinum, Gold, Silver).
Many marketing options are available exclusively to exhibitors during the Annual Meeting. For more information, contact Liz Kasabian.
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 commits to high ethical standards and sound scientific principles and will not be influenced by financial contributions. All Annual Meeting supporters must demonstrate relevance to the field of toxicology.