AACR Sustaining Membership - A Mutually Beneficial Partnership
Now more than ever before, successful commercial and nonprofit organizations are pursuing opportunities to develop mutually beneficial partnerships and other collaborative relationships. Since 1993, the AACR has been proud to serve the needs of its corporate supporters with the AACR Sustaining Membership Program.
The Sustaining Membership Program of the AACR offers an extraordinary opportunity to affiliate with the AACR's prestigious scientific programs and with the record of scientific distinction and excellence achieved by the association's 34,000 member researchers worldwide. Sustaining Membership in the AACR demonstrates an organization's commitment to cancer research and provides invaluable visibility within the international biomedical research community.
Progress in cancer research depends on the rapid exchange of scientific information among laboratory and clinical researchers. Since 1907, the AACR has fostered groundbreaking investigations in cancer throughout the world by providing scientists with the most important forums for the presentation of their research. Through its outstanding scientific meetings and scholarly journals, and a host of other programs, the AACR continues to play a pivotal role in facilitating scientific advancement and accelerating progress against cancer.
Help Foster Cancer Research
Corporations and institutions choosing Sustaining Membership enjoy enhanced opportunities for interaction with the AACR's individual scientists, as well as an array of practical membership benefits. More importantly, Sustaining Members become associated with the good name and high standards of the AACR and its work to foster cancer research.
Current Major Sustaining Members:
Current Sustaining Members:
The AACR welcomes applications for Major Sustaining Membership and Sustaining Membership throughout the year. Current Sustaining Members are encouraged to upgrade their membership to the Major Sustaining Membership level.
For more information, contact Iain Mitchell, Corporate Relations Officer, at (215) 446-7120.