Dear Colleague,

As members of the Organizing Committee of the VI International Workshop on “Nitric oxide in cancer and beyond” we are writing to solicit funding support for our scientific conference. This meeting, which will take place in New York, NY at the City College of New York from September 20-22, 2019, builds upon the series of past international workshops held in Paris (2007), Dijon (2011), Kingston (2013), Seville (2015), and Bologna (2017). The previous conferences have been immensely successful in highlighting data from research at the cutting edge of science on the role of nitric oxide in cancer. The goal of this meeting series is to promote the exchange of ideas between diverse scientists from around the world who do not usually attend the same conferences but have a common interest in nitric oxide and cancers. At the upcoming NY meeting, distinguished scientists and leaders in their respective fields have been invited to present lectures, with the remainder of the oral sessions being composed of speakers selected from submitted abstracts. Our ability to continue hosting this highly successful meeting series is dependent on the generous support of sponsors, exhibitors, and advertisers. Given the current economic climate, sponsorship participation from your company would play a contributing role in helping to host this outstanding conference on timely topics. This event is also an excellent opportunity for companies such as yours to showcase goodwill and effectively raise brand awareness.


Diamond  $5,000+

Platinum  $4,000-$4,999

Gold  $3,000-$3,999

Silver $2,000-2,999

Bronze $1,000-1,999

Exhibitor:  $2,000

Advertiser Interest:

One full-page color (8’1/2 “* 11”) insert within the conference abstract book ($800)

Payment Options:

Check enclosed (Made payable to: CCNY- NO in Cancer 2019 and mailed to:

Dr. K. Kashfi

NO in Cancer Conference

City College of New York

205 Harris Hall

138th Street at Convent Avenue

New York, NY 10031


Credit card Payment may be made on the Sponsors Support Page.


Benjamin Bonavida, PhD, UCLA, USA

Jordi Muntané, PhD, Institute of Biomedicine of Seville, Spain

Sharon Glynn, PhD, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

Karen Hubbard, PhD, CCNY, USA

Khosrow Kashfi, PhD, FRSC, CUNY School of Medicine, USA