American College of Gastroenterology & ACG Institute for Clinical Research and Education
With more than 16,000 members, the American College of Gastroenterology is the leading medical organization for GI clinicians who are on the front lines of delivering patient care. Through the ACG Institute for Clinical Research and Education, the College further meets the goal of supporting and transforming clinical gastroenterology through clinical research awards, junior faculty development awards, disease state-focused education programs, and so much more.
Throughout the year, ACG members are engaged in multiple ways, thereby offering many opportunities for sponsorship and support. The ACG Annual Scientific Meeting & Postgraduate Course, held each October, is the largest gathering and provides the best way to engage with ACG members. Confirmed exhibitors at the annual meeting are offered further opportunities for engagement through the numerous ACG and ACG Institute educational and outreach programs that occur online and in person. Programs the occur outside of the Annual Meeting can also be supported in various ways, such as medical education grants and commercial sponsorships. Programs of the ACG Institute are made possible through the G.U.T. Fund. Major donors to the G.U.T. Fund are provided recognition opportunities at the Annual Meeting and through programs supported by donations.
If you have any questions about support and sponsorship opportunities, please contact ACG.
Exhibits & Event Related Marketing
ACG ANNUAL MEETING
REGIONAL POSTGRADUATE COURSES
Charitable Support of the ACG Institute
“I support the GUT fund because I believe in science, and the ability of impactful clinical research to change the paradigm of care for our patients. I support the GUT fund because I understand the importance of grooming the next generation of leaders in Gastroenterology and Clinical Science. Having been the beneficiary of research awards and leadership training from the ACG Institute, I pay it forward. Join me in supporting game-changing science and leadership development to better serve our patients, our membership, and our field.”
Neena S. Abraham, MD, MSc (Epid), FACG