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The 12th IAS Conference on HIV Science
IAS 2023, the 12th IAS Conference on HIV Science, will take place in Brisbane, Australia, and virtually from 23 to 26 July 2023. IAS 2023, being held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, will shine a spotlight on the world’s advances in HIV research.View details
The 5th HIV Research for Prevention Conference
HIVR4P 2023, the 5th HIV Research for Prevention Conference will take place in Lima, Peru, and virtually from 22 to 26 October 2023 and is expected to bring together around 1,500 participants.View details
Webinar: Growing older with HIV in the Treat-All Era
As access to antiretroviral therapy has improved significantly, the ageing population living with HIV has grown rapidly. UNAIDS estimates that the number of people aged 50 years or older living with HIV globally increased from 5.4 million in 2015 to 8.1 million in 2020. This means that HIV services must develop and strengthen interventions that address the evolving health needs of an ageing population beyond just HIV care.View details
Todos unidos en la respuesta al VIH: Ciencia, gobierno y sociedad civil
IAS – the International AIDS Society – in partnership with the Sociedad Chilena de Infectología (SOCHINF), is pleased to invite you to a scientific symposium, titled “Todos unidos en la respuesta al VIH: Ciencia, gobierno y sociedad civil”, which will be held in person in Santiago, Chile, on 27 October 2022.
Presentations will cover the following topics:View details
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The IAS at a glance
We unite scientists, policy makers and activists to galvanize the scientific response, build global solidarity and enhance human dignity for all people living with and affected by HIV. Here are some numbers that show how we do that.
IAS change makers. Carefully selected HIV researchers, advocates, healthcare providers and others we educate to drive an evidence-based HIV response that puts people first.
IAS Members worldwide. We convene people from diverse backgrounds to drive a shared vision of a world in which HIV is no longer a threat to public health and individual well-being.
Scientific studies shared via our conferences and JIAS in 2020/21. We advocate for evidence-based progress to improve the lives of people living with and affected by HIV.