Sponsors

Interested in sponsoring this conference? Please contact workshop@bioconductor.org

Your sponsorship will help increase diversity and representation at Bioconductor 2021 by:

  • Keeping registration costs affordable for academic participants and trainees.
  • Provide high quality hybrid/virtual programming and post-production and sharing of videos and conference materials
  • Funding travel scholarships for students and postdoctoral fellows.
  • Providing caregiver awards to assist in childcare or eldercare costs
  • Offering student diversity scholarships to increase participation of underrepresented minorities

Three levels of sponsorship are available. Sponsors of all levels may present a poster highlighting the scientific interests of their organization in the poster sessions.

Platinum: $10,000 USD

  • Poster session will be named after these donors.
  • Highest recognition, using your logo, in the online and print promotional and scheduling material.
  • Two invitations to attend the speaker dinner*
  • Up to 8 free registrations.
  • A thank-you tweet including your preferred Twitter handle.
  • A virtual booth on the conference platform with the ability to set up live Q&A times and one-on-one meetings with attendees.
  • A table during the poster session and social hours*

Gold: $5,000 USD

  • Top recognition, using your logo, in the online and print conference promotional and scheduling material.
  • Up to 5 free registrations.
  • A thank-you tweet including your preferred Twitter handle.
  • A virtual booth on the conference platform with the ability to set up live Q&A times and one-on-one meetings with attendees.
  • A table during the poster session and social hours*

Silver: $1,000 USD

  • Sponsor names will be listed in the online and print promotional and scheduling material.
  • Academic discount on 2 registrations.
  • A thank-you tweet including your preferred Twitter handle.
  • Bioconductor will follow local and state guidelines and will only host in-person events if it is safe to do so.

Approximate conference demographics

  • 150+ participants from the global bioinformatics community. Bioc2020 was virtual and had 500 participants.

  • Academic (50%), corporate (e.g., pharmaceutical; 30%); not-for-profit (e.g., Cancer Center; 15%), and government (5%) participants.

  • Lab / group leaders (10%), postdoctoral researchers (40%), bioinformatics core staff (20%), and graduate students (30%).

  • PhD (60%), MS (20%), and other degrees.

  • Thought leaders contributing to leading-edge methodological development, hands-on practitioners incorporating R /

    Bioconductor into robust work flows, and researchers developing bespoke solutions.