Get up-to-date information about AIDS by attending one of the HIV Conferences this year. HIV researchers from throughout the world will gather for the 10th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science — called IAS 2019 — in Mexico City. HIV.gov will be providing updates on the most recent HIV study from the seminar, in partnership with their federal colleagues from NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Beginning Monday, July 22, they’ll be sharing Facebook Live interviews straight from the HIV conference in addition to articles on their blogs. Scientific and biomedical research advances have contributed to the development of several successful HIV treatment regimens, prevention procedures, and have enhanced care for persons living with HIV.
International AIDS Society Conference
The IAS Conference is the biggest public systematic conference on HIV and is supposed to bring together over 6,000 participants from over 160 nations. This HIV conference presents the latest crucial advances in basic, clinical, and operational research that moves science to practice and policy.
Findings from a study supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is one of the over 1,000 abstracts that will be presented.
HIV.gov’s coverage will highlight various interviews on Facebook Live, such as:
NIH’s Dr. Anthony Fauci on Monday, July 22, 2019, at 7:30 PM (EST)/6:30 PM (CDT). He’ll talk about the perceptions and insights he’s sharing at multiple seminar sessions.
Carl Dieffenbach from NIH on research overview from the conference. Watch and share your queries on HIV.gov’s Facebook page on:
July 22, 2019, Monday, at 11:00 AM (CDT)/12:00 PM (EDT)
July 23, 2019, Tuesday at 11:00 AM (CDT)/12:00 PM (EDT)
July 24, 2019 , Wednesday at 1:00 PM (CDT)/2:00 PM (EDT)
Follow HIV.gov on Twitter or Facebook for schedule reminders and updates about these interviews. If you miss a Livestream, the recorded video of every interview will be accessible on their FB page following the live event.
We encourage all to watch, respond, comment, and discuss! As always, you do not need a Facebook account to see the videos. However, you’ll need you to comment and respond to them on Facebook.
Blog Posts To Follow
They’ll also share blog articles from IAS 2019 starting next Tuesday. Those articles will comprise our video interviews in addition to research news from our national partners. So in the event, you miss the interviews, you can catch them up there on the blog.
Other HIV Conferences In 2020
With science and policy are evolving at a rapid pace, opportunities for education, networking, and the advancement of best exercise are crucial to improving the international response to AIDS. With its famous conferences, the IAS provides a vital forum for a wide range of HIV professionals to share their experience and real-world adventures, and recognize left knowledge gaps.
The International AIDS Conference is the premier international platform to advance the HIV response. As the world’s biggest conference on HIV and AIDS, it remains uniquely at the intersection of advocacy, science, and human rights, bringing together policymakers, scientists, health care professionals, individuals living with HIV, funders, community, and media.
Since its inception in 1985, the conference continues to function as an opportunity to strengthen programs and policies which guarantee an evidence-based response to HIV and related epidemics. The 23rd International AIDS Conference — called AIDS 2020 — will be hosted in San Francisco and Oakland, US, on 6-10 July 2020 with the motif, Resilience. AIDS 2020 will collect over 20,000 participants from over 170 nations.
To find out more, see www.aids2020.org.
HIV Research for Prevention is the only global scientific seminar focused exclusively on the fast-growing and challenging area of HIV prevention research. HIVR4P promotes interdisciplinary knowledge–exchange on HIV vaccines, PrEP, microbicides, treatment as prevention and biomedical intrusions and their related behavioral and social implications.
The 4th HIV Research for Prevention Conference — called HIVR4P 2020 — will be hosted in Cape Town, South Africa, on October 11-15, 2020.
To find out more, see www.hivr4p.org.
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