10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019), Mexico: This World AIDS Day (1 December) marks the opening of registration for the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019), taking place in Mexico City, Mexico, from 21-24 July 2019. Register now and join in the IAS 2019 movement.
This is the biannual IAS Conference on HIV Science is the world’s most influential meeting on HIV research and its applications.
Gathering more than 6,000 participants from over 140 countries, IAS 2019 will present the most critical advances in basic, clinical and operational HIV research that moves science into policy and practice.
- Accelerate basic science to promote discovery and shape the advancement and application of innovative technologies across the HIV prevention, care and treatment cascade, and remission and cure research
- Advance core components of implementation science research that address the scale-up and challenges of the current epidemic
- Fast-track consolidated responses on HIV co-infections (notably TB, and viral hepatitis) and on emerging co-morbidities and other non-communicable diseases
- Strengthen HIV prevention research (biomedical, behavioural and structural prevention) including treatment and vaccines
- Address HIV vulnerability and determinants of disease progression notably among key and marginalized populations, including stigma and discrimination.
- 1 December 2018: Registration and abstract submissions open
- 22 January 2019: Abstract submissions close
- 15 February 2019: Last day of early registration
- 18 April 2019: Late breaker submissions open
Through the IAS 2019 Scholarship Programme, the conference organizers commit themselves to making the conference accessible to community representatives, healthcare workers, junior investigators and media representatives from resource-limited settings.
The IAS 2019 Scholarship Programme is open to anyone around the world working or volunteering in the field of HIV and AIDS and who is at least 16 years old at the time of the conference. The programme gives financial assistance to people who would otherwise be unable to benefit from the conference.Priority will be given to:
- Abstract presenters whose submission has been selected
- Those whose participation will help enhance their work in their own communities
- Those who are able to assist in the transfer of skills and knowledge acquired at the conference
- Individuals who are part of a key population or living with HIV
- Scholarship selection will be based on a non-biased scoring system. A review committee will contribute to the reviewing and scoring of the applications.
Even though every attempt will be made to assist as many applicants as possible, we regret that there will be only a limited quantity of scholarships available. Applicants are therefore strongly encouraged to also seek other funding.
A limited number of scholarships will also be available for media representatives from around the world. Media scholarship applicants will be asked to provide media accreditation and work samples.
The application process is entirely free.Applicants must create a user account to fill in an individual application form. A letter of recommendation is required to complete the application.Scholarship applicants can request a full or partial scholarship. A full scholarship may include:
- Registration fee for the conference (includes access to all sessions and exhibitions)
- Travel (roundtrip ticket at the lowest fare available, from the nearest international airport)
- Accommodation (in a budget hotel for the days of the conference)
- Daily living allowance for each day of the conference (21-24 July 2019).
A partial scholarship includes any combination of the above.
- 1 December 2018 to 24 January 2019, 23:59 CET Applications are open online through the profile platform
- End of March 2019: All applicants will be notified