The American Society of Hematology (ASH) is the world's largest professional society concerned with the causes and treatments of blood disorders. The Society provides multiple opportunities for corporations, foundations, and other organizations to engage with leading hematologists around the world and demonstrate support that advances the field of hematology. There are a variety of opportunities for industry to support the Society's educational programs and annual meeting materials and services. As a benefit for supporting ASH initiatives, priority points are awarded. These points determine your ranking and placement on the exhibit floor at future ASH annual meetings.
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Contact Thelma Barnett, ASH Corporate Relations Coordinator or call 202-292-0288 to learn more about ASH's commercial support opportunities or to become an industry sponsor.
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- Corporate Friends Program
The ASH Corporate Friends program provides valued benefits to further develop the relationship between your company and ASH.
- Award Support Opportunities
The ASH award programs are made possible through grants from the corporate community, individual ASH members, foundations, and operating funds committed by the Society. These programs are one of the Society's top priorities, and the priority-point system weighs in favor of supporting them. Financial support provided to the ASH award programs help the Society support the next generation of hematologists pursue solutions to the field's biggest questions. With your support ASH can enhance the research experiences of young scientists and support investigators achieve independence.
- ASH Meetings and Events
There are many opportunities for companies to have a presence at ASH meetings. These support opportunities are associated with educational grants of varying amounts, and are acknowledged in the Society's meeting publications, on the ASH Web site,and with the associated program or product supported.
- ASH Principles for Relations with Industry
Research and development sponsored by the biomedical/pharmaceutical industry plays an important role in biomedical research, and significant scientific discoveries have been made through collaboration between the biomedical/pharmaceutical industry and non-industry researchers.