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Recognizing Members

The AACR’s ambitious mission to prevent and cure all cancers is powered by the dedicated efforts of our 48,000 members who represent a diverse group of the best minds in cancer research from around the world. We value each member’s contributions and it is the AACR’s privilege recognize members for their contributions to the field of cancer research.


The AACR is extremely pleased to recognize those scientists who have been members for 50 years. The AACR board of directors extends its sincere and heartfelt thanks to these members for their devotion to cancer research and long participation in and support of the AACR. The AACR is strong because of their contributions and involvement in its programs and activities. We thank them for these efforts and for their continued support of the association. Learn more.


The AACR celebrates the contributions and achievements of members who have been members for 25 years or more. We thank them for their dedication to AACR and the field of cancer research. View list of AACR Long-term members.


Welcome to nearly 5,000 new members who joined the AACR in the past year. We look forward to your scientific contributions and active participation in AACR programs and activities. View list of AACR New Members.


The AACR is pleased to recognize recipients of scholar awards for participation in the AACR Annual Meeting 2021. We are extremely proud of their meritorious accomplishments. Learn more.


Congratulations to 2021 graduates. We are so very proud of their achievement and look forward to their future contributions to cancer research. Learn more.

AACR Associate Members

The AACR celebrates National Postdoc Appreciation Week (NPAW) by recognizing the achievements and contributions of early-career clinical and postdoctoral fellows in cancer research. Learn more.

AACR-Oncology Nursing Society Awards supported by The Margaret Foti Foundation

These awards were established to recognize nurse scientists and clinical trial nurses of the Oncology Nursing Society and support their attendance at the Annual Meeting.

Alison Ivey, UF Health Cancer Center, Gainsville, Florida

Jinbing “Bing” Bai, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

Caroline Etland, University of San Diego, San Diego, California