International Life Sciences Institute

International Life Sciences Institute

International Life Sciences Institute

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The International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) is a nonprofit science organization founded in 1978 and headquartered in Washington, DC. It is a member organization whose members are primarily food and beverage, agricultural, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies. 68% of its revenue comes from member support; 17% from grants and contributions; and the balance from publications, conference registration, and other sources.

ILSI is a global organization with 15 branches that operate at the global, regional, or country-specific level. These include ILSI Argentina; ILSI Brazil; ILSI Europe; ILSI Focal Point in China; the ILSI Health & Environmental Sciences Institute; ILSI-India; ILSI Japan; ILSI Korea; ILSI Mexico; ILSI North Africa and Gulf Region; ILSI North America; ILSI North Andean; ILSI South Africa; ILSI South Andean; and ILSI Southeast Asia Region.

It also includes the ILSI Research Foundation, which, unlike the branches, does not have members.

According to ILSI’s bylaws, 51% of its Board of Trustees must come from the public sector, primarily universities. The balance of trustees is elected from its membership.

Mission and Science

According to its website, ILSI’s mission is to “improve public health and well-being by engaging academic, government, and industry scientists in a...
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