The following companies will be exhibiting at the 2016 Annual Meeting on March 2-5 in Chicago. They will be located in Sheraton Ballroom 5 on the 4th level.
Every day, Battelle applies science and technology to solving what matters most. From clinical research to behavior monitoring, Battelle’s Public Health Center for Tobacco Research helps clients develop informed programs and policies. Battelle works with federal agencies to bring together experts who provide solutions to some of today’s toughest health challenges.
coVita/Bedfont offers a line of breath carbon monoxide (CO) monitors (SmokerlyzersR) trusted by researchers and treatment professionals for over 35 years. Visit our booth to see how the new iCOTM Personal Smartphone Smokerlyzer can revolutionize the collection and use of biofeedback from smokers.
FDA Center for Tobacco Products
The FDA Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) is responsible for carrying out the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act. This law gives us broad authority to regulate the manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of tobacco products in order to create a healthier future for America’s families.
National Cancer Institute
NCI’s Tobacco Control Research Branch funds research grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts; sponsors conferences/symposia; and communicates the findings of cutting-edge tobacco control science. TCRB scientists participate in scientific and program activities to support national and international tobacco control efforts.
Nicotrax has developed a connected cigarette case that tracks Nicotine consumption and behavior patterns. The case links with a smartphone app to give users behavior modification feedback in an effort to help them quit.
Red Planet Substance Abuse Testing, Inc.
Instant and lab-based saliva cotinine testing products and services. For the lab-based test, we setup your account at the lab and make arrangements for internet reporting of results.
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
The Nicotine and Tobacco Product Assessment Resource (www.NicoTAR.org) at Roswell Park Cancer Institute provides comprehensive testing of tobacco and nicotine-containing products. In addition to product testing, NicoTAR provides analysis of biomarkers of tobacco use and secondhand exposure and monitoring of indoor air pollution with tobacco smoke.
Tobacco 21 works nationally and locally to raise the tobacco and nicotine product age to 21, curtailing the nicotine epidemic.
Vitalograph is a global diagnostic device manufacturer of respiratory products including world class spirometers, home lung health monitors, CO monitoring for smoking cessation and inhaler trainers. Our latest version of Spirotrac software offers advanced spirometry, pulse oximetry, BP and ECG.
Westat is a leading research organization supporting tobacco research for over three decades. Content expertise, state-of-the-art data collection and renowned statistical consulting underpin tobacco competencies that include policy and regulation, surveillance, biological research, cessation studies, health communication, and qualitative research.
SRNT Book Exhibit
The Tobacco Epidemic
(Progress in Respiratory Research, Vol. 42)
2nd, Revised and Extended Edition
Editors: R. Loddenkemper (Berlin); M. Kreuter (Heidelberg)
Published by: Karger Publishers
“Towards Health Through Justice”
Located in the Sheraton Ballroom Foyer
Tobacco education exhibit highlights U.S. tobacco trials and how they influenced health policy regulations.
MUSC’s History of Tobacco Policy education exhibits feature an array of historical tobacco industry and regulation content. From the forces that influenced the sale of cigarettes and the resulting epidemic of lung cancer to samples of tobacco media, historical documents, and key reports. Their newest exhibit on tobacco litigation entitled, “Towards Health Through Justice,” documents the history of litigation against tobacco companies since the 1950s and how they directly influenced tobacco policy regulations as we know them today (i.e. first time a cigarette company paid a personal injury claim, the removal of tobacco ads from television and radio, reimbursements to states for the costs of treating tobacco related diseases). For more information, visit http://tobaccoexhibits.musc.edu.
Exhibit at the 2016 SRNT Annual Meeting!
For the 2016 Exhibitor Prospectus, please click here.
Meeting Dates: March 2-5, 2016
Exhibit Dates: March 3-4, 2016
Sheraton Grand Hotel, Chicago, IL, USA
The Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco is dedicated solely to the study of nicotine and tobacco worldwide. SRNT prioritizes nicotine and tobacco research, funding sources for that research, public policy relating to smoking and reimbursement issues in a changing healthcare environment.
Attendees include researchers and academics representing all disciplines within the field of nicotine and tobacco research including clinical, basic science, and public health policy. The Annual Meeting attracts participants from over 30 countries worldwide.
2015 Philadelphia, PA 1,254
2014 Seattle, WA 1,021
2013 Boston, MA 1,018
2012 Houston, TX 788
2011 Toronto, ON 890
2010 Baltimore, MD 1,000
Installation of Exhibits
Wednesday, March 2, 2016: 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 3, 2016: 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Friday, March 4, 2016: 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Dismantling of Exhibits
Friday, March 4, 2016: 3:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Rates for exhibiting at the 22nd Annual Meeting:
$900 prior to February 29, 2016
$1,000 after February 29, 2016
If you are interested in sponsorship at the 2016 Conference, please contact Bruce Wheeler, Executive Director at: +1-608-443-2462, ext. 143 or via email at: email@example.com.