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Please follow these links to our recent event sponsors:

2023 in person conference sponsors: Link

2022/2023 webinar sponsors: Link

2021 webinar sponsors: Link

The AIT in-person 3 day conference 2024 is being planned. 

Conference exhibitors and sponsors are very welcome. Please contact the AIT at for details.

If you have a poster that is related to inhalation toxicology and you would like to bring it to the in-person conference or display it on our website then please let the AIT know.

AIT Bursary Opportunity for Early Career Inhalation Toxicologists.

There is one bursary available of £500 to help towards the cost of travel and registration to attend the AIT in-person conference. In addition, if the successful applicant is not already a member of the AIT, they will also receive 3 years free membership of the AIT to enable them to access previous conference documents and webinar recordings held in the members area of the AIT website.  

Applications are welcome at any time from interested members and non-members of the AIT. The awarding of funding will be at the discretion of the AIT Committee.

Priority will be given to individuals working within an “early career” environment, for example, MSc/PhD students, researchers studying/working within a relevant scientific field, or technicians at a recognised institution working towards a professional qualification or gaining more experience within the field of inhalation toxicology.

All applications must be made by email to the AIT at

Applications will be assessed by the AIT committee on merit. Priority may be given to candidates who have submitted poster abstracts to the meeting.

Criteria for application:

  1. The applicant must submit a brief description of the relevance of the meeting to their training or career needs and provide the following information:

  2. A brief CV.

  3. A letter of recommendation from a supervisor or senior colleague (in lieu of recommendation from an AIT member, if unavailable).

  4. Details of alternative funding that they will receive for the meeting (the bursary will be paid following completion of the conference).

  5. Up to 3 suggestions for future educational activities/topics that would be helpful to their training.

  6. If applicable, a poster abstract.

Following the meeting and prior to receipt of the bursary funds the successful applicants must submit:

  1. A short article (approximately 500 words) describing their own research, a brief overview of the meeting, or a description of how the meeting has contributed to their training/professional knowledge (this may appear in the members-only section of the AIT website).

  2. An expense claim including receipts for expenses incurred in relation to the meeting (travel/registration).

By applying for the bursary, all applicants consent to their details being added to the AIT mailing list and will automatically receive information on other events when it becomes available.  Details will not be passed on to any other organisation without written permission.

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