Full Member: Any professional with interest in the field of toxicology can become a full member and receive access to Clinical Toxicology as well as the ability to vote. A full member received discounts on educational programs, namely a registration reduction for NACCT as well as other member benefits as described below. The annual fee is $300.
EAPCCT or APAMT members qualify for a $100 discount. International members also have the ability to vote and receive discounts on educational programs including a reduced NACCT registration fee.
Fellow in Training: Any trainee currently enrolled in a recognized medical or clinical toxicology fellowship program can become a fellow in training. This member type cannot vote but receives the journal as well as discounts on educational programs and the other member benefits described below. There is no fee associated with this level of membership. To request for Fellow in Training membership status, please complete the form found here.
Resident or Medical Student: Any student or resident actively enrolled in an academic program (at any level) with an interest in toxicology can become a student member. This member can purchase the journal at a discounted rate ($75/year) while receiving discounts on educational programs as well as the other member benefits described below. There is no fee associated with this level of membership. To request for Student membership status, please complete the form found here.
Emeritus: Any member with the honor of FAACT who is retired from active practice can be considered for Emeritus status. This member type cannot vote and can purchase the journal at the members discount ($75/year) and receives discounts on educational programs, namely NACCT registration and other member benefits as described below. There is no fee associated with this level of membership. If you believe you meet all of the requirements for Emeritus status, please complete the form found here.
Institutional Member: Companies, not-for-profit organizations, government agencies and institutions may qualify for an Institutional Membership. Institutional Members have the ability to cast a single vote in elections. All Institutional Members must be reviewed by the Board of Trustees.
Clinical Toxicology: access current and archived copies of the Journal, Clinical Toxicology, the leading international journal in the field of toxicology, with a 2015 impact factor of 2.89
The North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology (NACCT): membership discount for the premier, annual toxicology scientific meeting co-sponsored by the AACT and AAPCC
Specialty Sections: the opportunity to interact with professionals who have similar interests and to participate in specific educational and research forums
Research Awards: numerous member-only research awards and funding opportunities
Webinars: free-to-members continuing education offered at least six times annually
Question of the Day: relevant questions and answers on multiple toxicology subjects
Membership Directory: contact information for fellow professionals who may be able to resolve challenging problems and collaborate on research projects