Tobacco and Nicotine Products Regulatory Science Symposium

October 23, 2024   Washington, DC   In-Person & Virtual Event

Overview

The Tobacco and Nicotine Products Regulatory Science Symposium provides a forum for diverse stakeholders to share scientific studies and research from a wide range of disciplines.

Presentations will focus on studies and research that are either conducted for or contribute to the U.S. regulatory process, which is established by the Tobacco Control Act and administered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products (CTP). These presentations will be critiqued and discussed by expert panelists, and event attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in constructive dialogue with both presenters and panelists.

Please note the Symposium will focus on studies and research submitted to CTP to inform its decisions, and also encourage discourse on identifying, conducting, and communicating science inherent to a sound decision-making process; however, this event is not intended to be a forum to critique CTP decisions themselves.

Register

$699

Members

$899

Non-members

Industry 

$699

Members

$899

Non-members

Government 
& Association

$499

Members

$599

Non-members

Public/Patient Org
& Academic

$99

Members

$99

Non-members

Student

$99

Members

$99

Non-members

Registration fees may be waived or discounted for academics and staff/volunteers of non-profit public health advocacy organizations. If granted, in-person registration is complementary; virtual registration is $99.

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Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please let us know if you would like more information.

Curriculum Advisors

To be announced.

 

Call For Proposals

FDLI and the Conference Planning Committee thank those who participated in the Call for Proposals. The input received from industry stakeholders helps us plan a timely program.