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 Platinum Sponsors







Gold Sponsor


 LaJolla Alcohol Research, Inc.


Silver Sponsors


Achieve Life Sciences



Exhibiting Companies

Open Hours, Yosemite Ballroom:
Wednesday, February 20 from 6:45 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Thursday, February 21 from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Friday, February 22 from 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.


Achieve Life Sciences: Booth 2
Achieve Life Sciences is a specialty pharmaceutical company committed to advancing cytisinicline as a smoking cessation aid to address the global tobacco and nicotine addiction epidemic.


Battelle: Booth 7
From clinical research to behavior monitoring, Battelle’s Public Health Center for Substance Use Research helps clients develop informed programs and policies and brings together experts who provide solutions to some of today’s toughest health challenges.


Broughton Nicotine Services: Booth 13
Broughton Nicotine Services provides scientific, analytical and regulatory support for US, PMTA, US HPHC, EUTPD and medicinal product applications.  We have been working with ENDS companies since 2010 and our mission is to "accelerate safer nicotine-delivery products to market; advancing a smoke-free future."


Cambridge Cognition: Booth 11
Cambridge Cognition is a leading neuroscience technology company optimizing the assessment of clinical outcomes for better health research with scientifically validated digital health solutions.


CDC, Office on Smoking and Health: Booth 12
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through its Office on Smoking and Health (OSH), is the lead federal agency for comprehensive tobacco prevention and control.


coVita / Bedfont: Booth 8
coVita/Bedfont offers a line of breath carbon monoxide (CO) monitors (Smokerlyzers) trusted by researchers and treatment professionals for over 35 years.  Come see our newest monitors including the new ICO Personal Smartphone Smokerlyzer, revolutionizing the collection of biofeedback from smokers.


FDA Center for Tobacco Products: Booths 9 & 10
The FDA Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) is responsible for carrying out the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, which Congress passed in 2009. This law—commonly called the Tobacco Control Act—gives us broad authority to regulate the manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of tobacco products.


GlaxoSmithKline: Booth 3
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare representing direct acccess to: NicoDerm CQ, Nicorette Gum, and Nicorette Mini Lozenges.


LaJolla Alcohol Research, Inc.: Booth 17
Stop by to see our patented scientific e-Vape inhalation systems.  We will display our new tabletop and also a four chamber system.  


MicroAutomation: Booth 1
MicroStudy is the solution that manages your participant data collection and ensures that you have accurate and reliable data.  The ease of use for both administrators and participants, along with proactive compliance, provides automated, consistent data collection.


National Cancer Institute: Booth 6
The Tobacco Control Research Branch (TCRB) leads and collaborates on research and disseminates evidence based tobacco use.


NicoTAR: Booth 14
NicoTar provides comprehensive testing of tobacco and nicotine-containing products including measuring concentrations of nicotine as well as known carcinogens.  In addition, NicoTar provides analysis of biomarkers of tobacco use and exposure to secondhand and thirdhand smoke.


Salimetrics: Booth 5
Salimetrics provides innovative salivary bioscience research tools and services to investigators studying health, drug-discovery, and behavior. Salimetrics supports researchers worldwide with the leading immunoassays, participant-centric collection methods, and laboratory services.


SRNT Oceania Chapter: Booth 15
This year SRNT launched a new chapter, the second in SRNT history. SRNT Oceania (SRNT-O) represents nicotine and tobacco researchers in Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific nations in Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia (Figure 1). The new chapter was announced by SRNT President, Jodi Prochaska, in January 2018.  The SRNT-O Chapter is still in the early stages of formation, and is free to join. (To become a member of the new chapter, you first need to be member of SRNT). 


SRNT University: Booth 16
SRNT-U is a collection of organized, curated training, articles, tools, and resources for a global audience of people working in nicotine/tobacco research and related fields. Content includes SRNT webinars, certificate programs, and links to high-quality educational modules.


TelASK Technologies, Inc.: Booth 4
TelASK provides a secure, cloud-based service that tracks the progress of smokers in tobacco treatment programs. TelASK is currently supporting six NIH funded grants in the U.S. and has participated in dozens of published trials.  TelASK engages with smokers using automated calls, emails and texts and can triage them to providers or other community resources.  Reports can be generated, and the progress of all smokers viewed on a web portal.



Exhibit at the 2019 Annual Meeting!

The 25th Annual Meeting is a four-day event that provides attendees with an opportunity to exchange knowledge regarding research in the field of nicotine and tobacco use among our members specializing in this field. The meeting program seeks to provide the research community with the knowledge regarding the most recent trends and research in the field of nicotine and tobacco use.

An exhibit contract is available here.


The Exhibitor Showcase is designed to update our members’ knowledge of products, information services, literature and equipment pertinent to the field of nicotine and tobacco use. The goal of the exhibit area is to enhance the product education of the attendees. The exposition offers an unmatched opportunity for commercial companies to reach the specialty market of researchers and practitioners who purchase their products and services.



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 40 countries worldwide.


Attendance Statistics

 2018 Baltimore 1,537
 2017 Florence, Italy 1,100
 2016 Chicago 1,350
 2015 Philadelphia 1,254
 2014 Seattle 1,021
 2013 Boston 1,018
 2012 Houston  788
 2011 Toronto  890
 2010 Baltimore 1,000


Installation of Exhibits

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

12:00 noon–3:30 p.m. (subject to change)


Exhibit Hours

Thursday, February 21, 2019

8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.


Friday, February 22, 2019

8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.


Dismantling of Exhibits

Friday, February 22, 2019

4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m.


Space Rates

Rates for exhibiting at the 25th Annual Meeting:

$1,100 – prior to February 1, 2019

$1,300 – after February 1, 2019



Contact Jane Shepard at for more information.

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