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IAS 2023

IAS 2023, the 12th IAS Conference on HIV Science

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Until next time!

We bid you farewell – for now. We’ve had four days of enrichment and discovery at IAS 2023 in Brisbane, with more than 1,400 abstract presentations that include cutting-edge evidence and stretch across the spectrum of science. New connections have been made and established ones strengthened.

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At the IAS, we say a wholehearted thank you to every one of the over 5,000 people who participated in the conference in person and virtually, making it the successful and important gathering that it has been. We go forward together, stronger, with new insights and knowledge of what works and what we must do in our journey towards a world in which the HIV pandemic is no longer a threat to public health and individual well-being.

We look forward to meeting you again at AIDS 2024, the 25th International AIDS Conference, in Munich, Germany, and virtually from 22 to 26 July 2024.

IAS 2023 in pictures

See all the latest photos from IAS 2023.

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The IAS Conference on HIV Science is the world’s most influential meeting on HIV research and its applications. This biennial conference presents the critical advances in basic, clinical and operational HIV research that move science into policy and practice. Through its open and inclusive programme, the meeting sets the gold standard of HIV science, featuring highly diverse and cutting-edge research.

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Browse over 60 thought-provoking symposia and oral abstract sessions, featuring captivating keynote presentations and expert-led invited-speaker sessions.

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You can access all oral abstracts, poster exhibitions, e-posters and late breakers from IAS 2023 for free in the abstract book.

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Sharon LewinThe past 40 years of HIV research have taught us that progress happens when science, policy and activism come together. Taking stock of the latest scientific advances and how they may best serve the most affected around the globe will be at the centre of all debates and presentations at IAS 2023.

Sharon Lewin, IAS President
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