The International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science (IAS) is a highlight of the global HIV calendar and the world’s largest open scientific conference on HIV science.
Bringing together experts from around the world to discuss the latest in HIV research, IAS looks beyond the realms of science to discuss and shape its application into policy and practice.
Over the years, IAS has played host to some of the biggest scientific breakthroughs in HIV research and continues to provide a powerful platform for the global HIV community. 2019 looks set to be no different.
IAS 2019, Mexico City
This, the 10th IAS conference will be held in Mexico City; where 6,000 delegates from over 160 countries will gather at the Centro Citibanamex to attend over 90 symposia and see over 1,100 abstracts presented.
Featuring a world-class line-up of scientists, researchers and policy makers, IAS 2019 has a packed agenda which explores a diverse set of studies and global health issues, in line with its commitment to advancing the HIV response.
What does ViiV Healthcare have in store at IAS 2019?
\As the only company 100% dedicated to HIV medicines and research, we’ll be hosting a wide variety of presentations and workshops; ranging from data presentations and community panels to discussions around HIV implementation science and initiatives in support of some of the world’s most at-risk community. Whether you’re attending IAS 2019 or not, you can be part of this landmark event by following us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. We’ll be sharing live updates throughout the conference to keep you posted on all the action.
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Central & South America
Science blurb we are the only company 100% focussed on HIV research and innovation.
Stand Up To Stigma (selfies)
HIV stigma manifesto (infographic)
HIV stigma case studies
PA Challenge winners (case study)
Patient stories articles (Tom Hayes + LATAM)
Understanding HIV stigma and discrimination