Press Registration for AACR Meetings
Thank you for your interest in covering the AACR’s scientific meetings. Before completing this form, please carefully review the AACR’s full Press Registration Policy. After you submit the form, a member of the AACR public relations team will review your eligibility and follow up with next steps.
To register as press, journalists must provide official press credentials such as a business card, editorial roster or masthead, international press card, or letter of assignment. Journalists must also provide at least two links and/or PDFs of bylined coverage from a previous AACR meeting, or, for first time-attendees, two examples of recent bylined health/medical/science coverage published in news outlets that meet the AACR’s criteria. Freelance journalists who have a letter of assignment should upload a copy of the letter below. Members of the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) are permitted to register for complimentary access to AACR meetings regardless of assignment. AHCJ members can upload proof of membership below.
If you have any questions, please contact Kathleen Venango at [email protected].
AACR Special Conferences
Media interested in registering for the AACR’s upcoming special conferences have the option to attend in person or to view on demand content approximately 7-10 business days after the meeting has concluded for most events. Please visit the AACR’s upcoming meetings page for more information.
AACR Annual Meeting 2024
Media interested in registering for the AACR Annual Meeting 2024 have the option to attend in person or virtually via live stream. Please visit the AACR Annual Meeting 2024 webpage for more information about registration options for this meeting.
Please Note: All press registration decisions are made at the discretion of the AACR public relations team. The AACR may request additional information before approving a press registration request. Registration in prior years does not guarantee eligibility. Individuals registered as press for AACR meetings agree to abide by all embargoes. The AACR requests that all coverage include reference to the meeting where the research is presented.