To be eligible for AACI membership, cancer centers with a clinical focus must have a wide range of cancer-related clinical disciplines related to patient care, including a broad portfolio of cancer clinical trials, and should actively participate in cancer-related community prevention, education, and screening activities.
The AACI Corporate Roundtable gives industry representatives a platform to interact with cancer centers, potentially advancing the progress of research to ultimately benefit patients with cancer and their families.
Please contact Kate Burroughs, Director of Development, at 412-647-3844 to learn more about Corporate Roundtable membership criteria.
Sustaining Membership in AACI is open to nonprofit organizations that represent and support the educational and professional development of clinical oncology health professionals and researchers. Sustaining membership is also available to organizations that represent the interests of cancer patients and that are dedicated to improving access to high-quality patient care.
Membership applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Qualifying applications are reviewed by the AACI Board of Directors for final approval. Candidates will be notified of the status of their application within 90 days after receipt.
View Our Cancer Center Membership Application
View Our Sustaining Membership Application
Completed applications and Corporate Roundtable inquiries should be directed to Kate Burroughs, Director of Development.
Association of American Cancer Institutes
Medical Arts Building
3708 Fifth Avenue, Suite 503
Pittsburgh, PA 15213