The prestigious Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) is open to researchers and clinical educators working in this space, the 2024 event will be held in-person in Denver, Colorado, from 3-6 March.
For us, CROI is a crucial forum in our efforts to leave no person living with HIV behind by providing findings and insights to the wider community of scientists and healthcare professionals. Abstracts from our innovative pipeline and portfolio will reinforce our commitment to the evolving needs of the HIV community, including presenting new data and findings for the next generation of HIV medicines. Despite advances in HIV treatment, we won’t stop innovating. We want to better the quality of life for people living with and impacted by HIV. To do that we prioritise developing medicines that fit their lifestyle. We know that the needs of people living with HIV change over time, and we’re exploring new ways of treating and preventing HIV through new approaches in how we target the virus as well as our delivery process.
Hear from our scientists to find out more about our commitment to developing a variety of different treatment and prevention options for people living with HIV.