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SOT Members and Nonmembers are invited to support the SOT 2017 Annual Meeting

2017 Annual Meeting Support Opportunities

SOT Supporting Opportunities

Supporters serve as visible evidence of an organization’s commitment to the Society’s mission of “creating a safer and healthier world by advancing the science and increasing the impact of toxicology.”

Moreover, your support provides an opportunity for your private, public, or not-for-profit organization to increase overall awareness of your services and programs among SOT members and Annual Meeting attendees.

Your support will be acknowledged in the following ways:

  • Featured in Annual Meeting and ToxExpo-related publications, including the Preliminary Program, final Program, pre- and post-meeting newsletters, and the ToxExpo Directory
  • Displayed on the SOT Annual Meeting website and SOT Mobile Event App
  • Signage during the Annual Meeting and ToxExpo.
  • Inclusion on the slides shown in all SOT session rooms.

In addition, in appreciation of your support, you are invited to the SOT President’s Reception held during the Annual Meeting.

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There are five levels of Support Opportunities available:

  • Diamond ($10,000 or more)
  • Platinum ($5,000–$9,999)
  • Gold ($2,500–$4,999)
  • Silver ($2,000–$2,499)
  • Contributor ($1,000–$1,999)



Diamond Level Support—$10,000 or more

Enhanced Diamond Support Benefits:

  • Special Diamond Level acknowledgement signage in your booth at ToxExpo
  • Prize Drawing Box in your booth at ToxExpo for the SOT Prize Drawings—one $500 Prize awarded per day during the show—SOT supplies the cash, you get the traffic as attendees stop by your booth to drop their business cards in the box!
  • “Annual Meeting Supporter Acknowledgements” will be sent by SOT to Annual Meeting Registrants via email highlighting the name, logo, and a web link to a description of each Diamond Level Supporter
  • Complimentary Annual Meeting Security Assessment Report provided by INA Security

Other Diamond Level Acknowledgments:

  • Advanced opportunity to reserve meeting/event space at the Headquarters Hotel
  • On-screen Visual acknowledgement at the Plenary Lecture and Award Ceremony
  • Announcement in the Special Edition SOT Communiqué Newsletter
  • Acknowledgment through signage at the Annual Meeting
  • Five Supporter badge ribbons
  • Five invitations to the President’s Reception
  • Photograph with SOT President and Council Members
  • Printed recognition in the SOT Preliminary Program, Annual Meeting Program, ToxExpo Directory, and SOT/ToxExpo websites
  • Right to host an Exhibitor-Hosted Session in conjunction with the Annual Meeting
  • Right to host a cocktail party or a lunch (or other event not competing with those of the Society); Supporter is responsible for catering costs



Platinum Level Support—$5,000–$9,999

  • Visual acknowledgment at the Awards Ceremony
  • Announcement in the Special Edition SOT Communiqué Newsletter
  • Acknowledgment through signage at the Annual Meeting
  • Three Supporter badge ribbons
  • Three invitations to the President’s Reception
  • Photograph with SOT President and Council Members to be arranged
  • Printed recognition in the SOT Preliminary Program, Annual Meeting Program, and ToxExpo Directory
  • Right to host an Exhibitor-Hosted Session in conjunction with the Annual Meeting
  • Right to host a cocktail party or a lunch (or other event not competing with those of the Society); Supporter is responsible for catering costs



Gold Level Support—$2,500–$4,999

  • Visual acknowledgment at the Awards Ceremony
  • Announcement in the Special Edition SOT Communiqué Newsletter
  • Acknowledgment through signage at the Annual Meeting
  • Two Supporter badge ribbons
  • Two invitations to the President’s Reception
  • Printed recognition in the SOT Preliminary Program, Annual Meeting Program, and ToxExpo Directory
  • Right to host an Exhibitor-Hosted Session in conjunction with the Annual Meeting
  • Right to host a cocktail party or a lunch (or other event not competing with those of the Society); extra catering costs to be covered by the Supporter



Silver Level Support—$2,000–$2,499

  • Announcement in the Special Edition SOT Communiqué Newsletter
  • Acknowledgment through signage on-site
  • One Supporter badge ribbon
  • One invitation to the President’s Reception
  • Printed recognition in the SOT Preliminary Program, final Program, and ToxExpo Directory
  • Listing on SOT Annual Meeting website
  • Right to host an Exhibitor-Hosted Session in conjunction with the Annual Meeting



Contributor Level Support—$1,000–$1,999

  • Announcement in the Special Edition SOT Communiqué Newsletter
  • One Supporter badge ribbon
  • Printed recognition in the SOT Preliminary Program, final Program, and ToxExpo Directory
  • Listing on SOT Annual Meeting website
  • Right to host a cocktail party or a lunch (or other event not competing with those of the Society); catering costs to be covered by the Supporter

2017 Supporter Listing

SOT appreciates the generous contributions of the 2017 Annual Meeting Supporters.

 

Diamond:





Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Bristol-Myers Squibb
Charles River
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Drug Safety Research and Development, Pfizer Inc.


National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences


Sanofi
SOT Endowment Fund
Syngenta

 



Platinum:

The Allergan Foundation

Amgen

Biogen

Burroughs Wellcome Fund

Eli Lilly and Company

Genentech, Inc.

Merck

MilliporeSigma

Takeda

ToxServices LLC

US Food and Drug Administration

 



Gold:

AbbVie

CiToxLab

DuPont Haskell Global Centers for Health & Environmental Sciences

Eastman Charitable Foundation

EUROTOX 2017

Exponent, Inc

ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences, Inc.

Gilead

Gradient

MPI Research

MRIGlobal

NSF International

 



Silver:

Academy of Toxicological Sciences (ATS)

American College of Toxicology (ACT)

Battelle

Calvert Labs, Inc.

DILIsym Services, Inc.

Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society (EMGS)

Human Toxicology Project Consortium, The (HTPC)

Safety Pharmacology Society (SPS)

Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP)

SRC, Inc

Teratology Society (TS)

 



Contributor:

Eisai

Research Institute for Fragrance Materials, Inc.